STUTTGART — DaimlerChrysler AG will get small cars and an increased presence in Asia in one package thanks to a deal with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. The German automaker agreed to acquire a 34% equity stake in Mitsubishi for E2.1 billion (US$2.2 billion) or ¥450 (US$4.24) per share. The final contracts will be signed within the next few months, DC officials say. The alliance, according to a signed letter of intent, will encompass the design, development, production and distribution of ...

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