Chrysler may also partner with Nissan - WSJ


July 31 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC is exploring a deal to make trucks for Japan's Nissan Motor Co as part of a move to prop up the U.S. firm's finances with foreign tie-ups, the Wall Street Journal said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The news comes a day after Reuters reported Chrysler is in talks with many overseas partners, including India's Tata Motors Ltd and Italy's Fiat , according to people briefed on the talks. Chrysler, the number three U.S. automaker, has ...

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