DaimlerChrysler AG and Southeast Fujian Motor Corp., a 50/50 joint venture between Taiwan’s China Motor Corp. and Fujian Motor Industry Group Co., may produce commercial vans together in China for export. Investment in the joint venture would total E250 million ($267.5 million), a Southeast official tells Reuters . The official says talks have been under way for some time between the two auto makers and the only hurdle is Chinese government approval. Initial production capacity would be ...

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