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Daimler is to Tie Units More Closely Together parts

Story from WSJ (February 6, 2007):

"Chief Excutive Dieter Zetsche is preparing a plan that envisions increased Chrysler cooperation with Mercedes in an effort to stem big losses at its U.S. operations, according to people familiar with the matter. That would include the joint developemnt of basic underpinnings of autombiles, these people said, a step that has been taboo at the company up until now."
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Good news for Chrysler lovers. Bad news for MB lovers.
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