Chrysler Group says it has “no intention” of importing vehicles into the U.S. from China, refuting comments from a senior executive at parent DaimlerChrysler AG. Ruediger Grube, head of DC’s China operations, told reporters on the sidelines of the Shanghai auto show the auto maker was in talks to establish a China production venture to export B-segment vehicles to the U.S., Reuters says. He said a decision on the venture was expected in the second-half of this year. DC already has ...
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