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Report: Chrysler to announce major investment at its Kokomo transmission plant


Chrysler is expected to announce 250 new jobs and a major investment Thursday at its transmission and metal casting plants in the Kokomo, Indiana, area. According to a report from the Detroit News, Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will confirm the carmaker will invest $162 million and create 850 jobs at a former Getrag Transmission plant in nearby Tipton. An additional 400 ...
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