Chrysler Group is moving production of its popular Chrysler 300 right-hand-drive sedan to Brampton, ON, Canada, from overseas to fill additional capacity it promised the Canadian Auto Workers union when members took a pay cut to win the now-defunct Imperial. CAW President Buzz Hargrove confirms the plan, which Chrysler officials will announce Thursday. The added capacity will arrive in Brampton after the auto maker’s contract with coachbuilder Magna Steyr to build right-hand drive and ...

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