DETROIT – The Canadian Auto Workers union focuses its attention on Ford Motor Co. as it selects the No.2 auto maker as its second strike target. The CAW wants Ford to agree to the same 3-year contract the union ratified with General Motors of Canada Ltd. last week (see related story: CAW Does Well by GM). The union has set a strike deadline of midnight Tuesday, Oct. 1. It is adamant that Ford agree to continue production of its F-150 fullsize pickup truck at Ford’s ...
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