HAMBURG, Germany, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Continental AG won the "lion's share" of a large order from Chrysler to provide the ESP anti-rollover system for sport utility vehicles (SUVs), the German car parts group said on Friday. Continental will now supply all of the Big Three U.S. carmakers after winning an order from General Motors as well, said company spokesman Hannes Boekhoff. Chrysler, the U.S. unit of DaimlerChrysler , said on Thursday it will make the Electronic Stability Programme ...
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