Talks between the Canadian Auto Workers union and DaimlerChrysler AG’s Freightliner Sterling Truck division in St. Thomas, Ont., Canada, begin this week. A CAW spokesman says the talks likely will not result in contracts as lucrative as the union’s recent dealings with General Motors of Canada Ltd., DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. and Ford Motor of Canada Ltd., which resulted in three years of pay hikes. "We’re in a different industry here," CAW spokesman Bob Chernecki tells Reuters. "I’m ...
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