Chrysler could cut more jobs if needed, CEO says


By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC could cut more jobs next year, after already slashing about 23,000 positions, if demand weakens faster than expected, Chief Executive Bob Nardelli said in a meeting for employees. "No matter what you read, no matter what you hear, it will be a tough economic marketplace," Nardelli told employees during a town hall Web broadcast on Monday evening. "It's never an easy decision to shrink a company, but we felt we needed to get it ...

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