The car-buying public sees the Chrysler and Mercedes-Benz products as very separate and distinct, but DaimlerChrysler AG now shows one unified face to the global financial community — and it's yielding lots of benefits, Thomas P. Capo, DC's senior vice president and treasurer told a small group of reporters at a press briefing last week. Car buyers still write checks made out to the credit arms of the separate brands, but the areas of those credit arms that don't come into direct contact ...
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