CAW says Chrysler told it they are "far apart"


TORONTO, March 27 (Reuters) - Chrysler's management indicated to the Canadian Auto Workers union that the two sides were "far apart" in negotiations to reach a cost-saving deal, the head of the union said on Friday. CAW President Ken Lewenza made the comments as he announced the two sides had failed to come to an agreement, but he said they would continue to negotiate up to a government-imposed March 31 deadline. Ottawa set the March 31 deadline for Chrysler to prove it can be viable so ...

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