No plans to cut output at Mercedes plant -report


FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - German automaker DaimlerChrysler AG is not planning to cut production at its biggest Mercedes plant in Sindelfingen, southern Germany, Mercedes chief Juergen Hubbert was quoted on Saturday as saying. "There are no reductions in Sindelfingen, by the same token none in Bremen or Untertuerkheim," Hubbert told Automobilwoche, a bi-weekly car magazine published in German. This contradicted a report in a DaimlerChrysler workers' magazine earlier this week saying ...

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