Ford Canada labor talks continue, key issue not met

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* Company and union deny media reports talks broken off * Union says manufacturing footprint issue not addressed By John McCrank TORONTO, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Cost-savings talks between Ford Motor Co's Canadian subsidiary and the Canadian Auto Workers union continued on Wednesday, but the union said Ford had so far failed to address its key issue. Some media reports said the negotiations had broken off, but both union and company officials denied this. "We're having some detailed ...

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