Canada automakers see modest impact from CN strike


By Amran Abocar TORONTO, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Canadian automakers and parts suppliers were hatching alternative plans to move goods on Friday as a strike hit the country's largest railway, but the impact is expected to be modest, at least in the short run. Nearly one-quarter of Canadian National Railway's 23,000 employees went on strike early Friday after contract talks over wages failed. "At this point, I'd have to stay that we've had minimal impact on us. I can't say that there's none ...

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