DaimlerChrysler AG CEO Juergen Schrempp says the auto maker is on course to meet its targets for the year and he also plans to keep Americans on DC’s management board, according to German news reports. Schrempp says profit targets set in the first quarter will be met, and that U.S. auto sales are better than anticipated for the year, with expected sales of 16 million units for 2002, higher than the previously forecasted 15 million to 16 million units. However, Schrempp warned the auto ...

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