PARIS – Bolstered by at least three new product introductions, Chrysler Group sales in Europe will double over the next five years, a top executive says. Joe Eberhardt, senior vice president-global sales and marketing, tells the German press that Chrysler Group sales should reach 200,000 units annually, or 1.4% of the Western European market, over the next five years, up from nearly 100,000 units today. Half of that growth – or about 50,000 units – will come from Dodge, Eberhardt says. ...
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