Issues in Big Three-UAW local plant negotiations: Heavy weather ahead

McAlinden, Sean B.
August 1997
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;
Focuses on issues related to local automobile plant negotiations between General Motors Corp. and the United Automobile Workers Union in the United States. Union position regarding outsourcing of subassembly operations; Skills trade reorganization; Contract highlights.


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