DaimlerChrysler AG is mulling over establishing an assembly plant in the Philippines. Sources in Manila tell local media that DC is being wooed by the government’s trade department for an automotive export program. (see related story: Philippines Wants U.S. Auto Maker to Build Assembly Plant) A government insider says in reports that DC is impressed with the Philippines’ new motor vehicle development program (MVDP). “They liked the new MVDP because it clearly defined ...

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