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AUTO TALKS
(2007-10-30)
(wgvu) - FORD MAY SAVE SOME OF THE SIX PLANTS IT INTENDS
TO CLOSE IF IT CAN GET OTHER COST SAVINGS FROM THE UNITED AUTO
WORKERS UNION IN ITS NEW CONTRACT.
THAT'S THE WORD FROM PEOPLE BRIEFED ON THE NEGOTIATIONS WHO
SPOKE ON THE CONDITION THEY NOT BE IDENTIFIED.
THEY SAY THE FATE OF THE PLANTS IS ONE OF MANY ISSUES STILL ON
THE TABLE IN THE TALKS.
THE UAW IS TURNING ITS ATTENTION TO FORD THIS WEEK AFTER WORKERS
AT CHRYSLER NARROWLY APPROVED A NEW FOUR-YEAR CONTRACT IN VOTING
THAT ENDED OVER THE WEEKEND.
GENERAL MOTORS WORKERS APPROVED A SIMILAR AGREEMENT EARLIER THIS
MONTH.
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