International Truck and Engine Corp., operating company of Navistar International Corp., has suspended contract talks with the United Auto Workers union until Oct. 7. Navistar and the UAW so far have agreed to a temporary, day-to-day extension of the existing labor contract at Navistar’s Ft. Wayne, IN, plant, but that agreement is subject to termination within 24 hours advance notice by Navistar or the UAW. Negotiations between the two sides for a new labor contract have been ongoing ...

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