Chrysler LLC could move its Canadian assembly operations to the U.S. “in a heartbeat,” an industry analyst says after the auto maker raises the prospect of a pullout, citing uncompetitive labor costs and an ongoing tax dispute. The Canadian Auto Workers union expects to meet today with Chrysler officials to discuss this scenario and other remarks made Wednesday in Ottawa by Chrysler Vice Chairman and President Tom LaSorda. The executive described as “unacceptable” a concessionary ...

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