I don't understand all the commotion about weather the C division makes any money. No one will really ever know for sure! There is sooo much money going to the parent company DCX that wouldn't otherwise be transferred that the only way to really analyze this stock is by its whole. For example before DCX bought Chrysler, Chrysler would buy a transmission from a supplier for $650. After the buy out DCX formed a powertrain unit which brokers to all divisions. The Chrysler division now buys that same transmission for $1500! This is all good for DCX as a whole, they pay less US taxes and able to justify no profit sharing to their employees. In all it make good sense. Just wanted to shed some light on a subject that never seems to get any attention.
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