There is much gnashing of teeth among auto industry pundits over the surprise news that DaimlerChrysler no longer plans to pump money into beleaguered alliance partner Mitsubishi. Talk ranges from whether DC CEO Juergen Schrempp is on his way out, to whether DC’s Asian strategy has fallen into ruin, to whether the decision to back away from a bailout plan jeopardizes numerous joint ventures between the two auto makers. Some even question whether DC’s paring down of its relationship with ...
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