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Fiat Chrysler CEO cancels auto show appearance to help with labor talks

Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne has cancelled his appearance at the Frankfurt auto show this week after Fiat Chrysler Automobiles was picked as the target company in labor talks in the United States, a company spokesman said on Monday. 330 more words


UAW-Detroit Three talks watched closely in Canada

As the Detroit Three-UAW contract talks kick into high gear next month, Unifor president Jerry Dias assumes the stance of a spectator cheering from the stands for the home team. 984 more words


New vehicle sales off to strong start in 2015

Canada’s new vehicle market displayed “surprising resilience” last month as industry sales rose 3.4 per cent to 99,051 units compared to January 2013.

Of the Detroit Three carmakers, only General Motors grew faster than the overall market with a sales jump of 5.3 per cent, said auto industry analyst Dennis DesRosiers. 300 more words


Union applauds U.S. auto deal to end two-tier wages

 The union representing Detroit Three autoworkers in Canada is  applauding what it hopes marks the beginning of the end of two-tier wages  in the U.S. auto industry. 521 more words


Fight Canada-Korea trade deal, says U.S. auto group

Canada’s Detroit Three automakers need only look to the experiences of their U.S. counterparts to know that they should fight implementation of a free-trade deal with South Korea, Matt Blunt, president of the American Automotive Policy Council, said Tuesday. 884 more words


Detroit Three autoworkers could get huge bonuses

For a long time, being a line worker for one of the Detroit Three has meant living with an uncertain future. With the health of American automakers on the rise, though, things are also starting to look up for the men and women building the cars. 159 more words


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