DETROIT – The Chrysler Group says it plans to keep its production facilities running full bore through the rest of the year. The announcement comes shortly after the auto maker posts an overall 3% gain in vehicle sales for April. Passenger car deliveries rose 4% during the month, while truck sales grew by 3%. Gary Dilts, Chrysler senior vice president-sales, predicts the positive sales momentum will carry through the rest of the year. As a result, he says Chrysler may have to boost ...
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