Volkswagen Trips Over Tennessee's Touchy Union Politics

The Germans from Volkswagen are finding a cultural clash in the American South. The company’s desire to install a “works council,” an advisory group that’s part of the operations at nearly all of its assembly plants outside of China, has run into a hornet’s nest of local labor politics in Chattanooga over the involvement of the United Auto Workers.

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