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Chrysler Freezes Pension Plan for Salaries Workers in the US


At the end of this year Chrysler will freeze its pension plan for salaried employees in the US, after GM took the same decision one year ago. The decision affects the 8,000 salaried employees, but not the hourly workers or the retired employees. More than a decade ago Chrysler stopped offering pensions for new employees, therefore beginning with December 31st, 2013, ...
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