NEW YORK – Chrysler Group is considering further investment in China, a top executive confirms. Chief Operating Officer Thomas LaSorda says investment options will be presented to Chrysler’s management board some time over the next six months. Chrysler's Tom Lasorda says bubble isn’t about to burst in China. Speaking to a small group of reporters here, LaSorda sounds cautiously optimistic about business opportunities in China, where Chrysler was the first major auto company to open ...

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