Expect talks between the Canadian Auto Workers union and DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. to accelerate quickly as the two sides haggle over the future of a van plant in Windsor, Ont. "When we sit down (Oct. 7), we won’t be talking about economics. Because as far as we’re concerned, it’s been established already," says Ken Lewenza, national chairman of the CAW’s DaimlerChrysler bargaining team. He refers to the pattern the union established at General Motors of Canada Ltd. and continued at ...
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