CHICAGO - While one Michigan community has reached a settlement with Chrysler Corp. over the company's decision to relocate its headquarters, another town is still battling General Motors Corp. in a similar case.

Highland Park, Mich., and Chrysler officials recently agreed on a settlement worth about $90 million over the automaker's plans to move its headquarters out of the city by 1995.

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