Can The Uaw Put A Brake On Outsourcing?
Jackhammers pound away in the parking lot of Chrysler Corp.'s glassmaking plant in Detroit. They're making way for a 65,000-square-foot addition the auto maker never wanted to build. Chrysler agreed to the expansion only after a three-day strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW) last November. Faced with the prospect of running out of windshields for its hot-selling minivans and pickup trucks, Chrysler backed off on selling the aged factory and instead agreed to invest $70 million to expand its production.
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