FRANKFURT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's Smart small car business is in advanced talks with six European companies interested in reviving Smart's cancelled roadster model, the Financial Times newspaper reported on Monday. Smart officials were not immediately available for comment, but the paper quoted spokesman Heinz Gottwick as saying the talks had reached a point where DaimlerChrysler would decide early next year on how to proceed. He said Smart had been approached by "many, ...
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