Canadian Auto Workers President Ken Lewenza says despite working for 48 hours straight on a deal to cut labor costs for Chrysler LLC’s Canadian unit, the two sides are “potentially miles apart” on a deal. “Two times in the last 48 hours we were within inches of a collective agreement…in both times the deal was pulled back, both times the goal post shifted,” Lewenza tells the media in a conference call today. “We were inches apart this morning, and now we’re potentially miles apart.” The ...

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