Now what? That’s the question that hangs in the air at Chrysler headquarters in Auburn Hills, now that parent DaimlerChrysler appears to be headed for a breakup with Mitsubishi. DC’s decision last month not to invest additional money in Mitsubishi, in which it already holds a 37.3% stake, may have sweeping impact on Chrysler operations here in the U.S. After all, a key part of the strategy in DC’s tie-up with the Japanese auto maker was the product-development and purchasing ...
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