TEHRAN, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Iran Khodro, the largest car maker in the Middle East, launched a joint venture with Germany's DaimlerChrysler on Saturday for the sale and customer services of Mercedes Benz cars in Iran, Daimler said. DaimlerChrysler, which has a major market selling Chryslers in the United States, enters Iran amid increased pressure from Washington on leading U.S. enterprises, such as Halliburton and General Electric to pull out of the Islamic Republic. Washington threatens ...
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