The Canadian Auto Workers union expects to finalize cost-cutting measures by March 15 in a bid to help Detroit-based auto makers comply with terms of Canadian taxpayer loans. The CAW enters formal talks today with General Motors of Canada Ltd., but President Ken Lewenza declines to reveal what is on the table, preferring instead to suggest what the union is loath to consider. “We believe that we can maintain our existing wage-and-benefit package,” he tells journalists in a conference ...

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