Chrysler sees '08 retail sales ahead of '07 levels


NEW YORK, Feb 29 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC expects retail sales of its vehicles through showrooms in 2008 will be "a little bit ahead" of 2007 levels, the privately held automaker's sales chief said on Friday. Chrysler Vice Chairman Jim Press was speaking to reporters in New York. Major automakers are scheduled to release February U.S. auto sales on Monday. Analysts expect the data will show signs of a deepening slump for the sector tied to higher gas prices, a collapsing market for ...

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