DETROIT – Volkswagen of America Inc. remains confident in the ongoing viability of its minivan-sharing arrangement with Chrysler LLC, despite the financial struggles and uncertain future surrounding the Detroit auto maker. But VWA President and CEO Stefan Jacoby closes the door on the possibility of the two companies collaborating on midsize-car development. Jacoby, who met with Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Tom LaSorda Sunday at the North American International Auto Show, says ...

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