DETROIT, June 26 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG will announce a plan this week to begin selling its two-seater Smart car in the United States next year, the Detroit News reported on Monday. The newspaper, which quoted unnamed sources familiar with the situation, said that the automaker would announce the planned move on Tuesday. A DaimlerChrysler spokesman said that an announcement on marketing plans for the Smart ForTwo in the U.S. market would be made soon, but declined to comment ...
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