DETROIT – DaimlerChrysler AG and the state of Ohio will file a motion by the end of next week with the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to have the full court reconsider the decision issued by a 3-judge panel to rescind tax incentives offered as part of DC’s investment at its Toledo, OH, Jeep assembly plant. It amounts to a stay of execution of sorts that essentially puts off any potential fallout for what may be months before a ruling on the motion is rendered. DC will appeal case over ...

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