EXCLUSIVE: CANADA: CAW plays hardball on Chrysler labour costs
The Canadian Auto Workers will reopen negotiations with Chrysler on Monday but is sticking to its position that it won't cut labour costs to the level of US and Canadian foreign-owned transplant factories even after Fiat SpA chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne threatened to walk away from a strategic alliance with Chrysler unless the union gives in.
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