CHICAGO, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC is offering buyouts of up to $100,000 to an unidentified number of hourly workers at 12 of its Detroit-area facilities, a spokeswoman said on Monday. The buyouts could be extended to a 13th plant in Warren, Michigan, which was idled this week, Chrysler spokeswoman Michele Tinson said. Not every hourly worker will qualify for the buyout offers, which are being made only in Detroit, she added. The buyout offers will be made on Monday and close on ...
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