FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - German carmaker DaimlerChrysler plans to drop the Mercedes-Benz A-class model from its premium brand production range, the German business weekly WirtschaftsWoche reported on Saturday. A Mercedes-Benz spokesman said that was speculation and declined further comment. Citing unidentifed Daimler sources, WirtschaftsWoche said the Mercedes-Benz A-class compact would be dropped in connection with the next planned model revamp in 2011. The A-class, the smallest ...
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