DETROIT, March 26 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC said on Thursday that it had extended the deadline for its blue-collar workers to accept retirement incentives and buyouts to leave the company. This is the second time Chrysler has extended the program, which was first offered in early February to all its 26,000 U.S. hourly workers represented by the United Auto Workers union. Chrysler declined to reveal how many workers have signed up for the program so far but said the extension was made so ...
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