DaimlerChrysler AG signs an agreement with the Chinese government for the export of 4,500 North American-built vehicles to China. Vehicles involved include unnamed Chrysler Group products and the Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV, built in Alabama. The auto maker says the agreement will help it gain a foothold in the Chinese market, where it has been a fixture since 1983 via its Beijing Jeep Corp. joint venture with Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. Ltd. “The signing of these letters of ...

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