Talks between striking Canadian Auto Workers members and Navistar International Corp. broke down June 19 after the first day of negotiations since the strike began June 1, reports say. Some 646 workers from Navistar’s Chatham, Ont., Canada, truck assembly plant are refusing to accept concessions and see a shorter work week. Navistar is trying to find $14 million in cost savings at Chatham while cutting hourly pay, demanding mandatory overtime and threatening to close the plant. (see ...

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