Special Report 2007 UAWLabor Talks Chrysler LLC‚Äôs assembly plant in Windsor, ON, Canada, is stopping production due to a shortage of parts resulting from the United Auto Worker union‚Äôs strike against the auto maker today, Canada‚Äôs top-ranking union official says. ‚ÄúWindsor assembly will shutdown between 2 p.m.‚Äď3 p.m. today,‚ÄĚ Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove tells Ward‚Äôs. ‚ÄúThe afternoon shift was told not to report.‚ÄĚ The Windsor facility builds the fifth-generation ...
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