Chrysler LLC says its revamped vehicle-ordering system and the promise of Washington’s economic stimulus package has the auto maker well positioned to exploit the anticipated spring sales bounce. This optimism comes despite a 12.4% sales decline last month, according to Ward’s data. Chrysler says it is "not unhappy" with the shortfall because it reflects an unfavorable comparison with totals from January 2007, when its results were inflated by lower-margin rental-fleet sales, says Steve ...
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