Within hours of the United Auto Workers union’s strike against General Motors Corp., the effects are being felt. A GM transmission plant in Canada has halved two shifts and cancelled a third, while a Canadian union leader warns up to 100,000 workers in that country could be laid off if the walkout is a lengthy one. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters has said its drivers will not deliver GM cars. And Magna International Inc., which supplies frames for GM’s high-volume GMT900 truck ...
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