SINDELFINGEN, Germany, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Carmaking giant DaimlerChrysler AG said on Thursday it had ended talks with China's FAW on a possible trucks partnership, confirming an earlier Reuters report. "We were the ones to go into the talks with FAW and we ended them .. after it became clear it would not generate the strategic benefit we wanted," Eckhard Cordes, head of Daimler's trucks unit told reporters. He said, however, that Daimler was in talks with other potential partners in ...
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