Navistar International Corp., manufacturer of trucks and diesel engines, has reached a tentative agreement with the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) on a new 2-year labor contract. Navistar’s Chatham-based assembly plant has been closed since workers went on strike June 1. Navistar, a division of International Truck and Engine Corp., could not reach an agreement with the Canadian union before the May 31 deadline. The strike turned violent last month when Navistar attempted to bus in temporary ...
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