VIENNA – The European Commission has approved under the European Union merger regulation a joint venture between DaimlerChrysler AG and MB-Automobilvertriebsgesellschaft mbH of Austria for the import of DaimlerChrysler vehicles into Hungary. The new JV – DaimlerChrysler Automotive Hungaria Kereskedelmi Kft. – will be jointly controlled by the two companies. The venture, which will import Mercedes, Smart, Chrysler and Jeep brands, will be operative July 1 and employ up to 80 workers in the ...

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