Gov. Jennifer Granholm made the case for DaimlerChrysler to grow its investments in Michigan Tuesday during a meeting with Dieter Zetsche, the company's chairman.
But the meeting didn't yield any announcements or decisions, Granholm spokeswoman Liz Boyd said.
Boyd called the 45-minute meeting "productive."
DaimlerChrysler is considerng selling its Chrysler Group unit. Analysts say private equity firms are the leading potential buyers.
Since its unclear what exactly a sale would mean for Michigan jobs, the governor isn't necessarily in support of or opposed to a sale, Boyd said.
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