(Recasts with comment from company, adds stock price) FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler denied a report on Friday that it would extend warranties covering electrical problems in Mercedes cars beyond the current two-year period as a way to shore up its shaken reputation for quality. The German-American carmaker will still voluntarily fix at no cost some problems that arise after the warranty ends, a spokeswoman in Stuttgart said, but that would continue to be decided on a ...
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