Everything is on the table, as DaimlerChrysler AG studies what percentage, if any, it should retain in Tritec Motors Ldta., the Brazilian joint-venture engine plant with BMW AG. “There are a lot of parties interested in it,” Chrysler Group CEO Tom LaSorda tells Ward's. “But we haven't made any final decisions.” A 7-year contract between DC and BMW expires in 2007, at which point the two auto makers will part ways, leaving DC with a plant with a capacity of 250,000 and the potential to ...
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