DETROIT — DaimlerChrysler AG continues to weigh the pros and cons of various small car strategies for Europe, including an acquisition of another automaker, but no timetable has been set for making a decision, says DaimlerChrysler Corp. President James P. Holden. An acquisition — sources say DC is in negotiations involving an equity swap with Fiat SpA (see WAI — Dec. '99, p.3) — is one of three possible scenarios for small cars in Europe, Holden says in an interview. Another option is to ...

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