TORONTO, March 30 (Reuters) - The head of the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Monday there is no reason to go back to the bargaining table to reopen a cost-cutting agreement with General Motors Canada . CAW President Ken Lewenza was responding to remarks made by Canadian Industry Minister Tony Clement earlier on Monday in which Clement signaled that he does not think that a cost-cutting deal GM reached with the CAW goes far enough. Lewenza also told a news conference that the CAW ...
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