Yokich: No-target move is `honest sense'

Jewett, Dale
August 1996
Automotive News;8/26/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5675, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on United Auto Workers (UAW) President Steve Yokich's meeting with major automobile industry executives. Contract negotiations; Key parts of the talks; Canadian Auto Workers Union's plans to name its target company.


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