NEWARK, DE – Chrysler Group denies reports it’s seeking to reduce dealer margins in order to improve profits. The auto maker says its dealers are a crucial part of its turnaround plan. Chrysler CEO Zetsche denies attempts to reduce dealer margins. “None of our top management thinks dealer margins are too high,” says Chrysler CEO Dieter Zetsche during ceremonies here for the production launch of the Dodge Durango SUV. Zetsche says the reports are unfounded, adding that a few ...

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