Chrysler Group President and CEO Tom LaSorda remains mum when it comes to the particulars of his restructuring plan, expected to be turned over to the DaimlerChrysler AG board for approval in late February. Chrysler lost $1.48 billion in the third quarter and $1.26 billion for the first nine months of last year, and it could lose $1.3 billion for the full year when it reports results in coming weeks. Widespread speculation is the auto maker may be forced to close one or two assembly ...

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