Union Deal With Ford Could Put Pressure on Other 2 Detroit Automakers


The Detroit automakers and the United Automobile Workers continued to negotiate on Saturday, company representatives said, a day after the union expanded strikes in a way that could curtail the supply of spare parts for vehicles made by General Motors and Stellantis, which owns Jeep and Ram.
U.A.W. members walked off the job at G.M. and Stellantis parts distribution centers…

This story from was posted on 2023-09-23 by @birdsky.


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