Union officials and workers at Navistar International Corp.’s Chatham, Ont., Canada, truck plant are negotiating a new labor contract, with the previous 3-year labor contract expiring at midnight May 31. Workers say they will strike if no agreement is reached before the deadline. Some 800 members of the Canadian Auto Workers Local 127 have been in talks with Navistar since April 26. Navistar has warned it could close the plant, but no final decision has been made. Chatham employs about ...
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