Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is looking into producing SUVs at DaimlerChrysler AG’s Beijing Jeep Corp. joint venture plant in China, news reports say. Mitsubishi declined comment. DC, which holds a 37% stake in Mitsubishi, produces Jeeps for the Chinese market at the JV, the first to be established in the country back in 1983 between former Jeep parent American Motors Corp. and Beijing Automotive Industry Group. Reports indicate the SUV’s platform would be similar to that of the Airtek, which ...

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