WARRENVILLE, Ill., Oct 29 (Reuters) - Truck maker Navistar International Corp. said on Tuesday it will take a fourth-quarter restructuring charge of $456 million as it struggles to return to profitability. The company, based in Warrenville, Illinois, said the charge includes previously announced costs to close its Chatham, Ontario, heavy truck plant and stop operations at Springfield, Ohio body plant and the Line 2 assembly operation. Other charges include costs associated with a lower ...
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