* Union usually targets 1 company to set bargaining pattern * Simultaneous talks would break with that tradition * Says will keep meeting with all three if it sees progress Aug 29 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Wednesday it may break with tradition and continue contract talks with all three Detroit automakers simultaneously, instead of targeting one of them to tackle first to set a bargaining pattern for the others. ...
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