NEW YORK – Chrysler Group confirms it is in talks with Volkswagen AG about the possibility of producing a small car together for international markets. But it is unclear whether VW would have the cost base necessary for the program, which Chrysler is targeting at retail prices below $10,000 in the U.S. and €10,000 ($12,315) in Europe. The two auto makers already are collaborating on minivan production, with VW set to get a version of Chrysler’s next-generation entry in 2008, and a tie-up ...

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