With Canada’s cost edge virtually erased by its rising dollar, the Canadian Auto Workers union will emphasize productivity in its ongoing pursuit to entice investment in Canadian plants. “We still have some advantages, but there’s no question that the gap narrowed,” CAW President Ken Lewenza says in an interview with Ward’s from the union’s constitutional convention in Quebec City, PQ, Canada. Lewenza, reelected today to a 3-year term as head of Canada’s largest private-sector union, ...
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