DaimlerChrysler AG eked out only a small profit in 2003, as special charges cut into the bottom line. But Chairman Juergen Schrempp says to expect improvements this year and a bigger payoff from the auto maker’s restructuring and massive product program efforts in 2005 and 2006. Meanwhile, Schrempp also says DC could take a greater equity stake in Mitsubishi Motors Corp. as part of a new recovery plan the Japanese auto maker is preparing to roll out in April. DC Fourth ...

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