UAW pushing Chrysler to bring more stamping work in-house

Jackson, Kathy; English, Bob
September 1996
Automotive News;9/30/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5680, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the plans of Chrysler Corporation to bring more stamping work in-house. Chrysler being pursuaded by the United Automobile Workers; Comments from Chrysler President, Robert Lutz; Where the company operates stamping plants; Number of hourly workers Chrysler employs in the United States; General Motors being targeted by Canadian Auto Workers; Strike deadline set for October 2, 1996.


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