AUBURN HILLS – Now that Chrysler Group has a tentative agreement with the Canadian Auto Workers union to possibly add a third shift to its rear-wheel-drive passenger-car plant in Brampton, Ont., Canada, the auto maker says it is not considering adding a U.S. plant to build the popular models. (See related story: Chrysler-CAW Reach Pact for Brampton Third Shift) Published reports have indicated the company is considering designating a second plant in the U.S. to build the Chrysler 300 ...

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