A second report issued by the Canadian National Administrative Office effectively clears Dana Corp. of allegations that its brake plant in Itapsa, Mexico, violated worker health and safety standards. NAO says Dana, which took over the facility near Mexico City when it purchased Echlin Inc. in 1998, regularly held safety inspections and contracted independent firms to conduct environmental studies at the plant. Assertions made by numerous organizations, including the Canadian office of ...
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