WASHINGTON – Chrysler Group Chairman and CEO Dieter Zetsche forecasts it will take three to five years to return to pre-merger levels of profitability. But he underscores the fact that Chrysler’s profits before merging with Daimler-Benz AG included earnings from its former financial services unit (Chrysler Financial), which are no longer calculated at the division level. The unit now has a separate balance sheet under the DaimlerChrysler Services operation. In an interview with Ward’s at ...

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