Chrysler appears to have China deal

Johnson, Richard
September 1994
Automotive News;9/5/1994, Vol. 69 Issue 5568, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the imminent finalization of the agreement for Chrysler Corp. to produce minivans and engines in a $1.2 billion joint-venture in China. Chrysler as a minority partner in one of China's oldest foreign automaking joint ventures, Beijing Jeep Corp.; Mercedes-Benz as the other finalist for the venture.


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