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CANADA-AUTO UNIONS
(2008-05-15)
(wgvu) - THE PRESIDENT OF THE CANADIAN AUTO WORKERS UNION
SAYS HE'S CONFIDENT HE'LL AGREE TO NEW LABOR DEALS WITH GENERAL
MOTORS AND CHRYSLER SOON.
CAW PRESIDENT BUZZ HARGROVE SAYS BOTH COMPANIES ARE WILLING TO
MEET THE PATTERN OF THE DEAL THE UNION REACHED WITH FORD MOTOR CO.
LAST MONTH.
BUT HARGROVE SAYS THEY STILL HAVE A NUMBER OF SMALL TOUGH ISSUES
TO RESOLVE.
HE HOPES TO HAVE AN AGREEMENT TODAY.
THE CURRENT CONTRACTS WITH GM AND CHRYSLER RUN OUT IN SEPTEMBER
AND AFFECT AROUND 22,000 WORKERS.
THE UNION SAYS THE DEAL WITH FORD KEEPS THE COMPANY'S LABOR
COSTS ESSENTIALLY THE SAME AS THEY ARE NOW.

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