UPDATE 2-Mercedes maps out road to 10 pct EBIT margin aim


* Sees 2010 EBIT at upper end of 2.5-3.0 bln euro range * Expects to first hit 10 pct EBIT margin in H2 of 2012 * Q2 2010 EBIT margin could surpass 7 percent from Q1 * H2 2010 may be weaker than H1 due to R&D costs * Daimler shares up 0.4 pct, in line with sector (Adds analyst comment, background) By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, May 28 (Reuters) - Daimler's passenger car division Mercedes-Benz Cars expects operating profit to reach the upper end of its forecast this year ...

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