Check this out. Daimler Chrysler, known for its none too stellar quality, may try to recover compensation from its partner Mitsubishi Motors for quality problems associated with their truck division. It is indeed reprehensible that these defects have caused so many accidents, a few fatal, but didn't Daimler Chrysler just recall over 400,000 of its PT Cruisers? How can one company say that they expect a certain level of perfection when they can't deliver it themselves?
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