(Adds detail) FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - German car and heavy truck manufacturer Daimler AG plans to significantly increase spending through the end of the decade to expand its model range and reduce tailpipe emissions, it said on Wednesday. Freed from the fetters of its costly Chrysler endeavour, Daimler is looking to expand its truck, van and bus operations but mainly aims to focus its attention back squarely on its flagship luxury car brand, Mercedes-Benz. Total capital ...
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