Expect Canadian Auto Workers union members at a Chrysler Group’s assembly plant in ON, Canada, to vote again on a previously defeated proposal that scuttled plans for a new product. The union says it has been advised by Chrysler that the Feb. 19 rejection of various concessions has forced the auto maker to consider other sites for a $700 million retooling originally planned for its Brampton, ON, plant – home to LX-platform products such as the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger. “The plant’s ...
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