MONTREAL – A Calgary judge has granted an injunction that prevents DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. from imposing a C$1 million ($628 million) penalty on Wetaskiwin, Ab.-based dealer Pioneer Chrysler Ltd. DC Canada claims vehicles sold by the dealership to Canadians ended up being exported to the U.S. But Justice Sal J. LoVeccio, in his ruling, says, "After DaimlerChrysler sells a vehicle to its dealers, there is no evidence before me of additional liability or costs to ...

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