Chrysler Group is now on pace to better its break-even target for 2002, and may post a profit on an operating basis, DaimlerChrysler AG says. The uplifted outlook comes as Chrysler tallies its first operating profit in six quarters, helping parent DC achieve an adjusted net income of €497 million ($433 million) in January-March 2002 (view related data: DaimlerChrysler 1st Quarter Earnings). DC’s earnings, which represent a sharp improvement from the €373 million ($325 million) loss of a ...

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