Chrysler becomes the last of the three main Detroit carmakers to agree to a new four-year labor...
Chrysler becomes the last of the three main Detroit carmakers to agree to a new four-year labor contract with the Canadian Auto Workers union and avert a strike, but as with GM (GM) and Ford (F), it's unable to reduce the cost gap between U.S. and Canadian workers. Chrysler's CAW staff will vote on the deal at the weekend, while GM employees are due to finish voting today on their new agreement.
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