VIENNA – Fiat, Chrysler and struggling Russian auto maker TagAZ reportedly are in negotiations about the contract assembly of Jeep vehicles. The TagAZ plant is located in Taganrog, a port city in the Rostov region in southwestern Russia. The auto maker filed for bankruptcy in April 2012. The Rostov regional arbitration court has ordered external control of TagAZ for 18 months and appointed a receiver last week. A TagAZ official speaking during an arbitration-court hearing ...

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