CHELSEA, MI – Chrysler is nearing a decision on marketing its iconic core-brand 300 fullsize sedan in China, the auto maker’s lead international executive says today. The boardroom discussion is taking place as Chrysler is weeks away from launching its seventh model – the Jeep Compass – in the world’s largest market. Chrysler’s management team is pondering a 300 sedan rollout as it also considers “leveraging” alliance-partner Fiat’s joint venture with China-based Guangzhou, Mike Manley ...

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