BEIJING — Talks between leading Chinese truckmaker First Auto Works and Germany's DaimlerChrysler AG regarding establishing a possible commercial-truck joint venture has come to a screeching halt. “DaimlerChrysler representatives have acted arrogantly in front of their Chinese counterparts,” says one FAW official in a published report. “This is not a good basis for the talks or a satisfactory beginning to the cooperation.” Officials from the German company's commercial vehicle division ...

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