USA: Some progress in Chrysler-CAW talks; Pilette Road closure still a problem as strike deadline looms
Many industry observers now see a strike by Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union members at Chrysler Canada as inevitable. However, a walkout would have little immediate impact on the vehicle maker, according to the Detroit News. Citing analysts, the newspaper said that Chrysler has enough Canadian-built vehicles in stock to supply buyers for several weeks.
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