Makers and UAW must compromise on module use

June 2000
Automotive News;6/12/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5879, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses how the implementation of modular assembly will affect automobile manufacturers and unionized autoworkers in the United states. United Auto Workers' willingness to accept new manufacturing methods if its members receive reasonable job security; General Motors Corp.'s use of modular assembly for its Pontiac Aztek automobile.


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