DETROIT – Chrysler Group LLC CEO Sergio Marchionne says he expects the U.S. market to grow modestly in the year’s second half and predicts the reorganized auto maker will weather any additional economic hiccups. The prediction comes as both his company and rival General Motors Co. announce new production plans as part of a high-profile Detroit visit by President Obama. “We built our forecast on the assumption this market would not go through spectacular growth going forward,” Marchionne ...

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