FRANKFURT – Chrysler Group says it will remain competitive in the minivan segment, while moving forward with plans to boost diesel offerings in the European market. The auto maker also remains optimistic it could report a small profit by the end of this year. Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche, on hand here last week for the auto show, says there is no reason to change Chrysler’s forecast calling for it to post breakeven or marginal profit results for this year. He hints that a small ...
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