so then there's also no foreign ones, they all pretty much run global
operations. I know Chrysler and Ford have had plants in Mexico and Canada so
the American, or I mean Detroit founded companys at least keep it
intercontinental, or do they have plants in Europe?, not counting other
companys they own. I suppose the euro spec Focus isnt being built here and
shipped over so they probably do have a plant over there.
Wouldn't it make more sense that Chrysler and Ford joined forces, so as to
maintain a certain equality between GM and the new entity? GM + Ford would
be too big for Chrysler to compete against them. That is IF Daimler gets rid
Sorry if this is not well formulated. English is not my mother tongue.
Chevordsler .that's where that came from!!!!
i was not aware they were looking to add Chrysler to the fold.
i guess your insider information supplier is a little higher on the food
chain than mine is.
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