DaimlerChrysler AG posts solid results for the third quarter, but its success is tempered by Wall Street’s concern over the flagging Smart brand and increasing costs in the all-important U.S. market. Meanwhile, the auto maker forecasts “dynamic growth” in emerging passenger-car markets through 2005, with weaker results expected in the key markets of North America, Western Europe and Japan. Dodge Caliber Forced to reveal its financial results a day earlier than scheduled because of ...
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