The disappointing details won’t be released until Feb. 20, but DaimlerChrysler AG sets the table with a number of foreboding announcements. And many of them point a finger at the Chrysler Group. The tough North American market and slowing global economy are blamed for losses in 2001, continuing losses in 2002 and forecasts only of breakeven in 2003. As a result, the car maker says it will cut its dividend to E1 ($0.89) from E2.35 ($2.09), pending approval at the annual meeting in ...
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