CANADA: Toyota abandons bid to overturn labour law violation order - report
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada has cancelled its bid to overturn an order that accused the car maker of violating provincial labour laws when it forced employees to work overtime at a southern Ontario plant, the National Post reported. According to the report, company spokesman Greig Mordue said Toyota abandoned the appeal partially because most employees have agreed to work overtime so production has not been hurt.
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