The Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC) awards grants and tax credits totaling $28.5 million to DaimlerChrysler AG to cover proposed investments at its Sterling Heights passenger car assembly plant and Redford Twp. commercial vehicle component facility. DC’s Chrysler Group is considering investments totaling $506 million at the Sterling Heights plant for production of D-segment vehicles, replacements for the current Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus sedans. The D-segment platform ...

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