Partnerships are the way of the future, at least for Chrysler Group, its new top executive says. Investments such as Chrysler's joint ventures in China and Taiwan will make more efficient use of manufacturing capacity, reduce tooling costs and minimize risks, says Tom LaSorda, president and CEO of the DaimlerChrysler AG subsidiary. To further penetrate Asian markets, Chrysler recently earmarked $350 million for manufacturing and licensing deals with Taiwan's China Motor Corp. and China's ...

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