DaimlerChrysler AG revenues should rise to $160.7 billion in 1999 and on to $179.5 billion by 2001, the automaker says in its first official annual financial report since its formation. DC reported revenues of $154.6 billion in 1998 (up 12% from 1997), and says it has taken in some $23.7 billion in the first two months of 1999, outpacing like-1998 by 6%. The automaker says its unadjusted net earnings reached $5.66 billion last year, a 19% improvement from year-earlier and equaling $6.05 ...

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