Chrysler LLC puts production of international-market minivans “on hold” until after the Mar. 31 deadline to submit a final viability plan to Congress, a spokesman confirms. Production of the export-market minivan, codenamed BUX, was expected to begin this month at the auto maker’s assembly plant in Windsor, ON, Canada. Diesel-powered offerings were scheduled to be first off the line, with right-hand-drive models following in the spring. But the beleaguered auto maker is undertaking a ...

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