By Cameron French TORONTO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Ford of Canada said on Sunday it will present a first settlement offer to the Canadian Auto Workers Union, with both sides saying they are confident a costly strike can be averted. "We have made progress at every local and sub-committee level and significant progress on the tough job situation at Oakville," CAW president Buzz Hargrove said in a statement. "I am very optimistic that we've made enough progress that we will reach a deal in ...
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