As talks open, peace looks likely

Miller, Joe; Connelly, Mary; Kisiel, Ralph
June 1999
Automotive News;6/14/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5824, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the national contract negotiations between automakers General Motors, Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler and the United Automobile Workers (UAW) in June 1999 in the United States. Issues expected to be discussed at negotiations; Prediction that Ford and DaimlerChrysler will sign agreements with the union by Labor Day.


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