DaimlerChrysler AG reportedly is discussing the possible assembly of Mercedes-Benz cars with Iranian auto maker Iran Khodro. The auto maker’s representative in Tehran is quoted as saying feasibility studies and negotiations are under way, with a decision slated to be reached around the beginning of the new Iranian year on March 21. The companies would like to assemble 2,500-3,000 Mercedes cars through the joint venture. DC would provide technical oversight for the product, as Iranian ...

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