Stelco blames union for sinking GM steel contract


VANCOUVER, British Columbia , Nov 22 (Reuters) - Stelco Inc. blamed its unionized workers for the collapse of a steel supply contract with General Motors Inc. , its biggest customer, accusing the United Steelworkers of America of having "unrealistic" demands. "Unfortunately, the union placed unrealistic and unrelated demands on the company as the price to maintain the General Motors business," Stelco said in a statement on Monday. "As a result, General Motors did not receive by its ...

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