* Short strike at Chrysler supplier triggers remarks * 'Disappointed" by CEO's aggressive tone-CAW president * Chrysler-CAW contract expires in September (Adds comments by Chrysler CEO, CAW officials) By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, April 30 (Reuters) - Negotiations between Chrysler Group LLC and the Canadian Auto Workers union this summer may be difficult, said Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, pointing to a short-lived strike at an auto-parts supplier that caused Chrysler's minivan plant in ...
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