DC eyes truck partners, but not Ssangyong FRANKFURT — No.1 truck-maker DaimlerChrysler AG says it still is seeking potential partners for truck expansion into Asia. South Korea's Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd., part of Daewoo Group, however, is not an option, company officials say. DC reportedly has not given up hope of cutting a deal with Nissan Diesel Corp., the truck affiliate of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., whose purchase it once negotiated. DC says it is eyeing possibilities in China, Japan, ...
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