DaimlerChrysler AG will add 4,000 jobs at its commercial-vehicles unit by the end of this year, taking its total workforce to 110,000 people. Of the total, about 3,000 jobs will be added at its Portland, OR-based Freightliner Corp. operations, with the remaining 1,000 positions going to other facilities around the world. The big-truck market, which has been on the rebound in 2004, is expected to grow further in 2005 and possibly 2006, the auto maker says. In North America, the sector is ...

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