Chrysler Offers 50 Dealers Chance To Re-Open
"The 50 dealers are in locations that offer customer service benefits and will have limited adverse impact on the dealers within our current network," Chrysler said in a statement.
Under the agreement's terms, the dealers must meet "standard conditions" for capitalization, facility build-out, and management, according to a company spokesperson.
More than 300 former dealers are still in the arbitration process, which is scheduled for the next three months.
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