BEIJING — The search is on for DaimlerChrysler AG. The German automaker is seeking a partner in China to expand its truck-making presence here. Company officials have made no secret of the search for a partner, saying that the move is part of a strategy designed to fill holes in its worldwide truck business. China's truck industry is growing at a fast rate, and its growth is expected to escalate with the country's entry into the World Trade Organization. More trade means more business, ...

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