SHANGHAI, March 27 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG and Taiwan-invested automaker Southeast Fujian Motor Corp are discussing the joint production of commercial vans in China for export, a Southeast official said on Thursday. Total investment was planned at 250 million euros ($267.5 million), the official said. The plant in the southeastern Chinese city of Fuzhou will produce the Vaneo, Vito and Sprinter vans. "We've been discussing the project for a while. It's now up to the (Chinese) ...
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