PARIS — DaimlerChrysler AG is looking to a small-car specialist to help bring its Micro Compact Car (MCC) to profitability. The company is reported to be in discussions with several automakers including Peugeot SA, Fiat SpA and Honda Motor Co. Ltd. about sharing chassis technology. While DC declines comment, Peugeot SA confirms the two companies are talking about the French automaker supplying platform components for a future Smart car. Fiat denies it is talking to DC and Honda has yet ...

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