Chrysler LLC’s assembly plants in Canada will resume production Tuesday following the court-ordered resolution of a supplier dispute. A car plant in Brampton, ON, and the auto maker’s lone minivan plant in Windsor, ON, have been still since last week when a pricing dispute caused Transcast Precision Inc. in Wallaceburg, ON, to stop shipping die-cast aluminum brackets. Wallaceburg is about 90 minutes northeast of Detroit. The dispute ended when Chrysler obtained court orders to retrieve ...

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