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DETROIT – Chrysler celebrates production of its 5 millionth Jeep Grand Cherokee, the latest milestone for the resurgent auto maker on the brink of collapse only a few years ago. Echoes of the auto maker’s 2009 bankruptcy ring again here, as the city where the Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs are produced is going through its own bankruptcy. “I remember four years ago, as we were starting to get this vehicle launched, all the pundits and the critics,” Scott ...
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