Canadian auto union slams Chrysler plant decision


By Scott Anderson TORONTO, May 22 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler's decision to scrap plans for a new assembly plant in Windsor, Ontario, will be devastating to Canada's already slowing automotive industry, the head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. "This is a huge blow. We're going in the wrong direction and we're seeing plants close and production reduced. We thought this would help start to reverse a trend, and this is not going to happen," CAW president Buzz Hargrove ...

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