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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler will recover about 168 million euros ($221.5 million) from insurers in settling a dispute over the costs of a U.S. class-action lawsuit in 2003, a German newspaper reported on Tuesday.
Chrysler and Chery Automobile have agreed on a plan for the Chinese manufacturer to build small cars to be sold worldwide.
While the big 3 continue to struggle with costly (both in dollars and human terms) plant closings, the Japanese auto plants are surging. And the reason for this is America's growing appetite for fuel efficient vehicles. Which reinforces the hangover GM, Ford and Chrysler are feeling from years of focusing on SUV's and pick-up trucks. The latest number from the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association shows...
It's that time of year again. The lights are up, "It's a Wonderful Life" will make it's regular airing, and one of the big 3 prepares for what could be some painful changes. This year the holiday "cheer" looks to be coming from Chrysler.
Wagoner, Watanabe, Ghosn, Zetsche. They are the last names of four powerful men who have had a profound impact this year not only on their companies, but the auto industry as a whole. As I've reported the stories involving their decisions and their companies, I'm often surprised to hear...
Toyota Motor sold more vehicles in the U.S. last month than Ford Motor, marking the second time ever that the No. 2 domestic automaker was beaten out by its Japanese rival.
DaimlerChrysler reported that U.S. auto sales rose 4.7% in November compared with the same period a year ago amid a strong showing by its Mercedes-Benz luxury brand.