Truck business strength continues into H2 - Daimler


HANOVER, Germany, Sept 21 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's trucks business continues to boom in the second half, its head of commercial vehicles said on Tuesday, reiterating the division's forecast for sharply higher 2004 operating profit. "We are delighted with the way business has developed and are on track for achieving a substantial increase in operating profit in 2004 compared to last year," Eckhard Cordes said in remarks prepared for delivery at a news conference at a trade fair. He ...

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