* Labor agreement at Chatham plant expires Tuesday * Truck plant employed about 2,500 at its peak * Fewer than 100 workers to remain By John McCrank TORONTO, June 29 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp is set to significantly reduce its presence in Canada as it shifts much of its heavy-duty truck production to more cost-competitive locations in the southwestern United States and Mexico. The company, which has been producing vehicles in Chatham, Ontario, since 1923, is set to ...
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