The Canadian Auto Workers is expected to decide this week whether DaimlerChrysler AG or General Motors Corp. will be next on its negotiation list, now that the union has hammered out a new 3-year deal with Ford Motor Co. DC was considered to be the favorite, in part because negotiations already are underway between the United Auto Workers and GM in the U.S. But it is uncertain what impact if any the shakeup at the top of DC (see p.1) may have on the CAW's strategy. The tentative pact ...
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