NEW YORK — DaimlerChrysler AG says it is not actively looking to make an automotive acquisition, with top executives insisting there currently are no discussions under way with Italy's Fiat SpA, Japan's Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. or any other automaker. However, Co-Chairmen Robert J. Eaton and Jurgen E. Schrempp won't completely rule out such action. “We're not looking for any acquisition unless something would drop in front of us unexpectedly,” Schrempp says. Adds Eaton: “We're not ...
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