General Motors of Canada Ltd. welcomes the mantle of the Canadian Auto Workers’ strike target for this year’s auto talks. Saying the auto maker is "pleased" and "privileged" to get the union’s nod, a spokesman suggests it’s a role the company prefers. "We’re leaders in the industry here, and we’re pleased to be leaders in bargaining," he says. "Our team is ready." The CAW announcement comes as no surprise to Wall Street, which considered the auto maker "the consensus ...

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