The heavy spending is over with DaimlerChrysler AG's agreement to purchase a 34% controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in a deal to be closed by fall. Now the two companies must work to reap full potential from a deal that was not DC's first choice (Honda Motor Co. Ltd. was) nor did it include all the desired goodies, with the exclusion of the heavy truck operation. But the alliance meets DC's basic needs and Chairman Juergen Schrempp says he doesn't need any more large ...
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