Can Chrysler Rebound in China?

It was the first foreign automaker in the Chinese market, but sales have been lackluster. Now, the 300C and the Sebring lead a new strategy and commitment

Nearly 25 years ago, the Chinese government opened its doors to foreign automakers to invest in China's fledgling auto industry. Back then, the first automaker to cross China's threshold was American Motors Corp., the smallest of Detroit's four automakers.

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