VW, Daimler mull minivan alliance in U.S. -paper


FRANKFURT, Aug 22 (Reuters) - German car maker Volkswagen is in advanced talks with rival DaimlerChrysler about creating an alliance in the United States to build minivans, Germany's Handelsblatt newspaper reported. Chrysler head Dieter Zetsche and VW brand chief Wolfgang Bernhard could sign an agreement at the Frankfurt auto fair in September, the paper said in a preview of its Tuesday edition. Volkswagen plans to build a van based on the Chrysler Voyager, the paper said. Volkswagen ...

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