Chrysler Group plans to operate overtime sometime during the second quarter at 14 of 17 assembly plants. It’s a sign of the continuing recovery at DaimlerChrysler AG’s North American arm, Chrysler President Dieter Zetsche says following release of the auto maker’s first quarter financial results (see related story: Chrysler Group Outlook Improves on First Operating Profit Since 2000). The stronger-than-expected U.S. market – plus the fact that vehicle inventories better reflect demand ...
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