Still no deal between union, Big Three
Sep 14, 2012 | 05:14 PM
| Michael Cowden
CHICAGO Contract talks between the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union and the Detroit-area Big Three have stalled as a strike deadline approaches Monday night, according to the union.
"To date, little success has been made, with the union and the companies still very far apart on a number of fundamental issues," the CAW said Friday.
Negotiations have intensified, with senior executives from the automakers becoming involved in talks in Toronto, the CAW said. While high-level involvement has been an encouraging sign in the past, the union said the companies remained "steadfast in their determination to force deep concessions."....
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