UAW Said to Select GM to Set Pattern for Auto AgreementKeith Naughton, David Welch and Tim Higgins
The United Auto Workers, bargaining a new contract for U.S. automakers, is turning to General Motors Co. to set the pattern for wages and benefits for the U.S. industry, said three people familiar with the discussions.
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