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  1. Sterling Truck éliminera 720 postes 17 juillet 2008 - 09h27 Presse Canadienne Le constructeur de camions Sterling Trucks de St. Thomas, en Ontario, éliminera 720 postes au sein de son personnel à compter du mois de novembre. Cette décision portera à plus de 1300 le nombre total de mises à pied au sein du constructeur de camions. Le ralentissement économique aux États-Unis a affecté la demande pour les camions, a expliqué le président de la section local du syndicat des employés de Sterling, Dave MacArthur. De son côté, le directeur de la chambre de commerce de St. Thoma
  2. Original title is "First the Habs, now this: Toronto, Montreal team up on tourism" (Courtesy of Thestar.com)
  3. Daimler to close St. Thomas, Ont., plant The Canadian Press October 14, 2008 at 1:30 PM EDT ST. THOMAS, Ont. — Daimler AG is ending truck production at plants in southwestern Ontario and Oregon and cutting 2,300 jobs as the German automaker tries to cope with depressed demand for its heavy vehicles. The closure of the St. Thomas assembly plant, announced Tuesday, will see the loss of another 700 jobs and is the latest blow to hit Canada's manufacturing sector, centred in Ontario and Quebec. A local business leader in St. Thomas said people are “just reeling” from the planned s
  4. Le groupe suédois va supprimer 1620 emplois en Suède, dont 1020 dans sa branche Volvo Trucks, a-t-on appris mardi auprès d'un de ses porte-paroles. Pour en lire plus...
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