Detroit-to-Mexico Shift Predicted After Auto Union's Big Victory

  • Moves will be gradual, with U.S. vehicle sales nearing a peak
  • Carmakers will use lower-paid temps to help hold down costs

The most lucrative contract negotiations for the United Auto Workers in more than a decade won’t add a lot to carmakers’ costs, even though each company committed $2 billion or more for raises, bonus money and benefits.

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