* CAW, Ford reach tentative deal on concessions * Agreement covers some 7,000 workers * Tentative contract faces weekend ratification vote DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co and the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Friday they had reached a deal that would freeze wages for some 7,000 workers into 2012 in exchange for protecting jobs at Ford's factories in Canada. The union had granted similar concessions to General Motors Co [GM.UL] and Chrysler, and CAW President Ken ...
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