Chrysler could review restructuring plan-exec


WINDSOR, Ontario, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group's Vice Chairman and President Tom LaSorda said on Tuesday that the automaker could review its restructuring plan because of weak sales or economic uncertainty. "If the economy or other factors make us look at it, we will," LaSorda said at an event marking the launch of Chrysler's new minivans at its Windsor assembly plant. LaSorda, Chrysler's former chief executive, was named president and vice chairman two weeks ago by Cerberus Capital ...

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