STERLING HEIGHTS, MI â€“ Chrysler Group LLC officially christens a reborn assembly plant here that is undergoing extensive renovation and slated to add 900 new jobs as it ramps up production of a pair of restyled midsize sedans. More than half those positions will involve new hires and fall under the auto makerâ€™s second-tier wage plan according to its contract with the United Auto Workers union. Remaining jobs will be filled with existing Chrysler workers relocating from other facilities ...
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