BEIJING — DaimlerChrysler AG's Mercedes-Benz division is considering building cars in China after the country enters the World Trade Organization (WTO), published reports say. There are some 60,000 legally imported Mercedes models on China's roads, with an additional 50,000 in Hong Kong. Plus, an unknown number have been smuggled into the country. Mercedes, officials say, has been researching making a move into the Chinese market since 1999. The automaker has not indicated what model it ...

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