DaimlerChrysler AG agrees to purchase a 43% stake in Mitsubishi Motors Corp.’s commercial vehicle unit and will take a 50% stake in Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s commercial vehicle business. The transactions, which will cost DC a combined €1.16 billion ($1.14 billion), should help the auto maker boost its presence in the growing Asian commercial vehicle market. Under the terms of the agreements, DC will pay €760 million ($745.5 million) to Mitsubishi as the Japanese manufacturer ...

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