Chrysler CEO says high Canadian costs factor in CAW talks


July 31 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group LLC Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne said that higher manufacturing costs in Canada will be a factor in upcoming talks with the Canadian Auto Workers union. The CAW enters talks with Chrysler, General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co in August. Ford and GM have already made comments that Canada's auto manufacturing costs are the highest for their plants. Fiat SpA is the majority owner of Chrysler, which is based in suburban ...

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