SYDNEY — DaimlerChrysler AG's Australian profits rise 25% to A$67.0 million (US$34.8 million) as revenue climbs to A$1.95 billion (US$1.01 billion) from A$1.45 billion (US753.15 million) last year. The subsidiary operates the Mercedes-Benz passenger car business, Chrysler Jeep division and a truck unit consisting of Freightliner and Sterling, as well as Mercedes-Benz trucks and buses. DC Australia Chief Executive Roman Fischer says increasing sales of Mercedes passenger cars was the main ...

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