General Motors Corp. has 24 hours to contribute to severance pay due workers at a Collins & Aikman Corp. plant, or else shipments of soft-trim components will be halted at the auto makers’s Oshawa, ON, Canada, truck plant, a Canadian Auto Workers union representative tells Ward’s. The supplier’s Scarborough plant, located on the east side of Toronto, was the subject of controversy over the weekend as 100 workers conducted a sit-in after bankrupt Collins & Aikman said it could not ...

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