UPDATE 1-DaimlerChrysler gives upbeat Mercedes sales view


(Adds detail, share price) STUTTGART, Germany, Sept 24 (Reuters) - German automaker DaimlerChrysler AG said on Tuesday 2002 unit sales at its Mercedes cars division could match last year's level, as demand for luxury vehicles bucks a downward industry-wide trend. "Without being too optimistic, if things continue to develop as they are we could match last year's level, which means we would increase market share in all world markets," Mercedes-Benz chief Juergen Hubbert told reporters. ...

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