DETROIT – Chrysler Chairman and CEO Sergio Marchionne sees no reason to fret over a parts glitch slowing the production launch of the Dodge Dart, but labor problems in Canada affecting another important product, the auto maker’s minivans, has him concerned. Marchionne says a strike at Dakkota Integrated Systems, where Canadian Auto Workers union members voted down new local contract and walked out earlier today, could signal “a difficult round” of national ...
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