Canadian automaker contracts may set U.S. tone


By Frank Pingue TORONTO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union better get set for the Big Three automakers to demand massive job cuts and minor wage increases in the United States, given the outcome of this month's labor talks in Canada, analysts said on Thursday. Lessons learned from the Canadian talks will no doubt be applied to negotiations between the automakers and the UAW as the U.S. union's four-year contract with DaimlerChrysler AG , Ford Motor Co. and General Motors ...

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