The Chrysler Group remains a critical part of DaimlerChrysler AG’s strategy to improve the German auto maker’s profitability and global footprint going forward, says DC Chairman Juergen Schrempp. Chrysler expects products like new Durango to help financial rebound. The U.S. division, which lost $1.1 billion in the second quarter, has a number of challenges it must confront to improve its financial performance, but they are not insurmountable, the auto maker says. Schrempp ...
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