Stelco Inc. loses its largest customer, General Motors Corp., after failing to come to terms with its union on a new labor pact containing a no-strike provision for its Lake Erie Works, Ont., Canada, facility. GM had stated it would continue buying steel from Stelco if the supplier could secure a new labor agreement there by Nov. 22. Meanwhile, the steel supplier reaches a new refinancing plan Nov. 24 with Deutsche Bank AG. The plan was called into question when Stelco lost the GM contract, ...

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