The Canadian Auto Workers union reports a positive shift in its talks with DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. as members overwhelmingly ratify the freshly inked deal with Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd. Heading into the weekend, the CAW saw little chance of avoiding a strike with DaimlerChrysler as the Tuesday midnight deadline approached. Jobs are the sticking point, with the auto maker looking to reduce the Canadian workforce by as many as 2,500 positions with a plant closing, new work rules ...
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