The Canadian Auto Workers union and General Motors of Canada Ltd., appear headed for a clash over the pattern established by competitors Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. and DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. The union says GM is balking at the time-honored practice of accepting the same wage-and-benefit provisions as the other two auto makers. Meanwhile, GM suggests the pattern is acceptable – if it gets relief elsewhere to achieve a net-zero labor cost increase. CAW President Buzz Hargrove ...
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