AUBURN HILLS, MI – The Chrysler Group expects to report a marginal increase in U.S retail sales in September. The auto maker declines to speculate on specific expectations for sales in 2003, noting political and economic uncertainties could plague the U.S market during the year. Gary Dilts, Chrysler Group senior vice president-sales, says September should benefit from a boost in the month’s second half. “The trend was moderate in the early part of the month,” he says. ...

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