FRANKFURT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - German electronics and engineering group Siemens AG is considering buying a DaimlerChrysler U.S. auto parts plant, sources close to the situation told Reuters on Friday. Chrysler, the U.S. unit of the world's fifth largest automaker, is shedding components factories to raise cash and focus on its automotive business. One of the plants up for sale is an electronics plant in Huntsville, Alabama, which has about 2,000 employees. Sources have told Reuters that ...
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