Flint, Jerry
April 2008
Forbes Asia;4/7/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p19
The author comments on the announcement made by Chrysler that it wants to expand its business globally. Chrysler reported a 3 percent sales decrease and a 13 percent decline in market share in 2007. The author claims that he have heard Chrysler's global expansion theme so many times but nothing positive had happened. He advises Chrysler and other private owners in the U.S. to concentrate on saving the business locally before building foreign business.


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