(Adds Chrysler outlook, background, changes dateline) SINDELFINGEN, Germany, Feb 19 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler said on Thursday that its struggling U.S. unit Chrysler missed its target to break even last year but forecast a slight increase in group operating profit in 2004. "DaimlerChrysler is striving to achieve a slight increase in operating profit in 2004 compared to the results in 2003," the company said in a statement. The world's fifth-biggest car maker said its Chrysler ...
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