DaimlerChrysler AG through a 10-year plan looks to further integrate operations between its Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler brands and Mitsubishi Motors Corp., in which the German auto maker holds a 37.3% share. CEO Juergen Schrempp, who outlined the plan for integrating parts distribution, dealer services, logistics and salary payments, says he will protect the identities of the separate brands. Schrempp also reiterates financial targets for 2002, which call for doubling DaimlerChrysler’s ...

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