DETROIT -- A decision on the pending sale of DaimlerChrysler AG’s Eurostar assembly plant in Graz, Austria, to Magna International Inc. is imminent – weeks, not months away, says Richard O. Schaum, Chrysler Group head of product development, quality and passenger car operations. If it goes through as anticipated, it “is a tremendous opportunity for us,” says Chrysler Group President and CEO Dieter Zetsche. “We didn’t come up with this idea, but it fills a win-win,” Zetsche says after ...

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