The Canadian operations of DaimlerChrysler Corp. take a double hit with decisions to idle the Windsor, Ont., minivan plant over the holidays on top of reports that plans have been dropped to build the next-generation Dodge Ram full-size pickup at the expanded Pillette Road plant. Ward's is told the Pillette decision had been made by former President James P. Holden before his sudden ouster. Construction continues on what is expected to be a scaled down version of the new Pillette, ...

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