With the best financials of the Big Three and a pair of key assembly plants in Canada, DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group seems a prime target to be selected by the Canadian Auto Workers union as the lead company with which to open negotiations this summer. Talks begin July 19 with General Motors of Canada Ltd., July 20 with Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. and July 21 with DaimlerChrysler of Canada Inc. The national contract between the CAW's 39,000 workers and each of the Big Three ...
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