ROMULUS, MI – Chrysler LLC has suspended its aggressive-of-late pursuit of partnerships in a bid to conclude a proposed deal that would give Fiat Auto Group an ownership stake in return for technology. “We’ve always been open (to partnerships),” Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Jim Press says, noting past agreements with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. “But now that we are in talks with Fiat, we are not speaking with any other company about anything in the future ...
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