(Adds details) DETROIT, June 22 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group expects to have an agreement with the United Auto Workers union this year on reducing the automaker's health care costs, chief executive Tom LaSorda told reporters on Thursday. "We expect to get an agreement on health care as well," LaSorda said in Chelsea, Michigan, at a product event. When asked if he expects the deal would be reached this year, LaSorda said, "that would be the plan." Chrysler has been working with the UAW ...
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