DETROIT – President and CEO Tom LaSorda stops short of confirming with whom and where Chrysler Group might partner for a small, B-segment car. But he lays out a compelling case for why the auto maker will need such a vehicle if it is to accelerate an aggressive expansion into international markets. Still, he cautions reporters following a speech to the Automotive Press Assn. here that if Chrysler “can’t find a partner to do (a B-car) profitably, we will not go into the segment.” A ...
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