DaimlerChrysler India Pvt. Ltd. targets sales of 1,500 units in 2003, which would represent an increase from projected sales of 1,300 this year. The growth is expected to come from the new Mercedes C-Class and E-Class as well as expanded sales of completely built-up units, officials say. This year’s sales predominantly were of the C-Class, at 650 units, with the E-Class following at 450 units. The auto maker plans to spend Rp200 million ($4.2 billion) next year in marketing, including ...
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