The Canadian Auto Workers union is not buying Chrysler Group’s line that pure economic factors are forcing it to scrap plans for an innovative new assembly plant in Windsor, Ont., Canada, and shelve indefinitely its M80 pickup, the stylish youth-market vehicle the facility was slated to build. CAW President Buzz Hargrove blames a foot-dragging Canadian government for the loss of the C$1.6 billion ($1.2 billion) plant and the 2,500 jobs it would have created. M80 pickup was to be ...
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