The Canadian Auto Workers union says it will fight for better pensions and higher pay, as well as tackle issues surrounding organization of independent suppliers in negotiations with Ford Motor Co. that began over the weekend. Last Wednesday (Sept. 8), the CAW picked Ford as the pattern-setter in its talks after the United Auto Workers union ruled out the company as its target in the U.S. The UAW was negotiating with both General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp. last week, and a ...

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