DaimlerChrysler AG should achieve higher earnings in 2003 if all goes according to plan, building on solid numbers reported in 2002. But it’s a big if – relying on political and economic stability in North America and Europe; labor peace; no blips in currency exchange or interest rates; strong sales of new products; and continued success in the turnaround plans for Chrysler Group, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Freightliner Corp.; just to name a few. DC finishes 2002 with an ...
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