DaimlerChrysler AG Chairman Dieter Zetsche tells analysts in a webcast today he is “more than dissatisfied” with his company’s performance, which last week led Moody’s Investor Service to cut the auto maker’s debt rating to Baa1 from A3. Chrysler Group today says it will cut third-quarter output by another 90,000 vehicles – mostly trucks and SUVs – to better align inventories with a market that is skewing toward small cars. In all, Chrysler will build 135,000 less vehicles in the fourth ...
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