SAO PAULO -- Daimler Chrysler AG is analyzing the possibility of building a compact Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. car at its Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, plant, where it currently produces the Mercedes A-Class. The A-Class has not sold well in Brazil. DaimlerChrysler holds an 11% share in Hyundai. The new model would not bear the Mercedes logo but likely would have more powerful engines than the 1.L models that currently receive special tax benefits from the Brazilian government. Entry-level ...

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