With the contract agreement with DaimlerChrysler Corp. all but nailed down, the United Auto Workers union now will turn its attention to General Motors Corp. Like the DCC negotiations, both sides have been quiet about what progress, if any, has been made so far. That may be an indication that a deal could come as soon as this week. Meanwhile, Ford Motor Co., whose UAW relations have soured in recent months, will be left spinning in the wind for last, at least in the U.S. In Canada, talks ...
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