Chrysler Group is for sale, but with strings attached. Corporate parent DaimlerChrysler AG has high expectations for any deal that would undo the merger that rocked the auto industry in 1998, Chairman Dieter Zetsche suggests today in Berlin during the auto maker’s annual shareholders meeting. For the first time, Zetsche officially confirms DC is in talks to explore selling its ailing U.S. unit – a prospect that has dominated headlines since Chrysler unveiled its “recovery and ...

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