A German newspaper says car maker Daimler AG is considering whether to move some production of its Mercedes-Benz C-Class models to Alabama from Germany.
The daily Stuttgarter Zeitung reported, without citing sources, that the company's management is mulling whether to move production of the C-Class from its plant in the Stuttgart suburbs to Tuscaloosa.
That would allow the company to take advantage of lower labor and other costs and avoid swings in the value of the U.S. dollar against the Euro, and would leave Bremen as the only German site producing the C-Class, the newspaper said.
Daimler spokesman Markus Mainka said that "there is neither a decision nor a recommendation on C-Class location politics." He declined to comment further on the matter.
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