HANOVER, Germany, Sept 22 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler has agreed with Japanese partner Mitsubishi Motors to continue all their current joint car development projects, a spokesman for the German-American carmaker said on Wednesday. "All the significant and well-known projects in the car field will continue as before," a spokesman said, discounting speculation that Mitsubishi may back out of some joint projects, such as developing mid-sized cars with U.S. arm Chrysler.
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