Despite the indefinite shutdown planned for a minivan plant in Missouri and a shift reduction at a sister site that produces pickups, Chrysler LLC remains “bullish” on the segments. The hostile business climate that forced these actions will be reflected in Chrysler’s June sales results, which the auto maker will reveal today. Beginning Oct. 31, Chrysler will idle its single-shift St. Louis South minivan plant, which produces 380 vehicles per day, according to Ward’s data. This portends ...

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