FRANKFURT — Just hours after news of the devastating terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, automakers at the Frankfurt auto show press preview were mulling ways they might contribute to relief efforts. DaimlerChrysler AG has since announced it is donating US$10 million to aid the children of victims of the attacks. Others have followed suit, with Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers union and dealers joining up to provide some US$2.5 million to various causes and lining up ...
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