DETROIT, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Dieter Zetsche, the German turnaround expert who will soon head DaimlerChrysler's Mercedes division, vowed on Tuesday to rescue the division's slumping profits and return it to leadership in the luxury car segment. "It's clear that we want to return to a level of profitability which is adequate for a premium car manufacturer," Zetsche told reporters, when asked about his top priority when he takes the top job at Mercedes next month. "We are on a very good path ...
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