Chrysler Group says it will not import B-segment vehicles from China, as was reported by Reuters April 21. However, the auto maker no longer is ruling out the possibility of importing vehicles from China over the long term, although a spokesman says no immediate plans exist to begin such a venture. Chrysler earlier told Ward’s it had “no intention” of importing vehicles in the U.S. from China and that comments made by a high-ranking executive at the Shanghai auto show alluding to the ...

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