DaimlerChrysler AG appears poised to assemble Mitsubishi Motors Corp. vehicles in South America. DaimlerChrysler Director for Latin America, Ben van Schaik, tells Ward's the company is studying additional products for the underutilized Juiz de Fora plant in Brazil with a capacity of 70,000 units on three shifts. It assembled about 16,500 A-Class cars last year — 12,000 for Latin America. C-Class production has been added: 7,000 units this year for export, with the potential to go to ...
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