FRANKFURT, Dec 29 (Reuters) - German carmaker Daimler is in talks with French peer Renault and other potential partners to forge a compact car cooperation by mid-2010, its chief executive told German daily Handelsblatt. "But it could certainly also go faster than that," Dieter Zetsche told the paper, according to an excerpt of an interview to be published on Wednesday. Daimler has long been reported to be in talks with Renault on a small car platform, and the French carmaker earlier this ...
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