DaimlerChrysler AG says 2004 sales in the Middle East were robust, rising 14.3% over prior year. “Our revenues increased by 7.8% to 5.65 billion dirham ($1.5 billion),” says Nicholas Speeks, president and CEO of DaimlerChrysler Middle East in a published report. 300C helped push Chrysler Group sales. Speeks say 2005 will see the Mercedes-Benz Group performing well with the introduction of C- and E-Class cars and the CLS. “I am excited about the future for the Chrysler, Jeep and ...
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