Size, politics seen deterring China bid for Chrysler


By Fang Yan SHANGHAI, Feb 27 (Reuters) - China's automakers, keen to expand abroad, are potential bidders for DaimlerChrysler AG's troubled Chrysler Group, domestic media and industry sources said, but analysts doubted they could overcome financial and political obstacles to a deal. Many Chinese auto makers are eager to emulate the success of Toyota Motor Corp. and other Japanese and Korean automakers on the global scene, and have been pursuing overseas deals. Nanjing Automobile Group ...

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