With a relatively new product lineup, including the PT Cruiser and the '01 Sebring family unveiled last week at the New York auto show, DaimlerChrysler Corp. is setting ambitious sales goals around the globe for its Chrysler brand. While executives are forecasting only a slight increase in worldwide vehicle sales — 100,000 units to 3.3 million worldwide in 2000, the real growth is expected to happen over the next 10 years, especially in Europe. Chrysler-Jeep yearly deliveries in Europe ...

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