WASHINGTON – The Chrysler Group doesn’t expect to lose U.S. market share in 2002, says Chairman Dieter Zetsche. But the top exec says he isn’t drawing a line in the sand as far as protecting the group’s 13.5% hold on light vehicle sales. "We will balance market share against margins and we'll do the right thing," Zetsche tells Ward's prior to a speech here before the National Press Club. He says he disagrees strongly with predictions Chrysler could be driven into bankruptcy if it tries to ...

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