TORONTO, March 27 (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers union said on Friday it had not yet struck a cost-saving deal with automaker Chrysler, but that it would remain in talks until March 31. Chrysler, controlled by Cerberus Capital Management [CBS.UL], warned in recent weeks it would look at closing its plants in Canada if significant concessions from the union cannot be obtained. Ottawa has set a March 31 deadline for Chrysler to prove it will be viable so that it can qualify for ...
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