The Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) is concentrating on negotiations with Ford as its lead company of the Detroit Three as it aims to agree a deal that will set the outlines for similar agreements with General Motors and Chrysler and avoid its first strike against a US-based automaker in 16 years.
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