Unions must join the wave of change necessary to ensure the long-term comptitiveness of North America’s auto industry, says Magna International Inc. Chairman Frank Stronach. Delivered during a break in the mega-supplier’s annual shareholders meeting today in Toronto, Stronach’s remarks resonate against a backdrop of tense negotiations to separate Chrysler Group from DaimlerChrysler AG. Magna is in the thick of that process as, according to analysts, the most serious contender to acquire ...

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