The Canadian Auto Workers union moves closer to a strike against DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc., having suspended low-level negotiations despite the auto maker’s apparent agreement to the previously established economic pattern. “It’s absolutely impossible to see how we can avoid a strike,” CAW President Buzz Hargrove tells reporters. Hargrove says there’s only one way a settlement can be reached before the strike deadline of 11:59 p.m., Oct. 15: “If they were to come back in the ...
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