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February 27, 2021
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United Auto Workers
(wgvu) - The United Auto Workers union doesn't like the
rhetoric it's hearing from the Detroit automakers ahead of contract
Two top union officials say claims that the autos must cut
wage-and-benefit costs by 30 dollars per hour to compete with Asian
rivals are merely pre-negotiation posturing.
The men were responding to a question about how to make sure
General Motors, Ford and Chrysler survive without giving major
No mention was made during the hourlong chat of a potential
agreement with G-M and Delphi.
Delphi says it needs a lower wage scale and other changes to
compete against suppliers with cheaper labor costs.
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