LAS VEGAS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - A senior DaimlerChrysler AG official said on Friday that the company was "working like hell" to address quality problems at Mercedes-Benz. "We actually are working like hell to come back to a No. 1 position," Mercedes chief Juergen Hubbert told an automotive conference sponsored by research firm J.D. Power and Associates. The Mercedes brand ranked far below average in the 2003 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Survey, which polled 55,000 U.S. ...
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