(Adds Chrysler outlook, Mitsubishi, fund manager, background) By Paul Hoskins SINDELFINGEN, Germany, Feb 19 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler struck a cautious note for 2004 on Thursday, saying it only expected modest profit growth this year after its struggling U.S. unit Chrysler again missed its goals in 2003. "DaimlerChrysler is striving to achieve a slight increase in operating profit in 2004 compared to the results in 2003," the car maker said in a statement, adding that it would not ...
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