By Frank Pingue TORONTO, July 21 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler must give workers at its two big assembly plants in Canada incentives to leave as it seeks to cut jobs to reduce costs, the Canadian Auto Workers union warned on Thursday. The CAW conceded DaimlerChrysler will make significant job cuts at the assembly plants in the Ontario cities of Windsor and Brampton over the next year, but said it did not know how many of its 9,722 union members at the facilities would be affected. ...
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