PARIS — Steven J. Landry, president of Chrysler Jeep Automotive S.A., says car buyers in Western Europe eventually will get tired of buying Volkswagen Golfs and Passats. Chrysler, he says, is getting ready for that day. Six months into his job as head of Chrysler Jeep's European automotive operations, Landry has lofty goals and reasonable solutions for the ultra-competitive market. He says he expects to finish the year by selling 118,000 units, up from last year's 104,000 units. By 2004 he ...
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