International Truck and Engine Corp.’s Navistar International Corp. unit will meet with the United Auto Workers union in Detroit in hopes of reaching an agreement in contract talks. Navistar’s President and Chief Operating Officer Dan Ustian will get together in Detroit today (Oct. 9) with UAW Vice President Nate Gooden. Contract negotiations have been under way since July but reached a standstill in recent weeks over Navistar demands employees should contribute more to their health care ...
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