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GM laying off another 415 workers in Mexico as U.S. strike continues

Reuters Monday, 7 October 2019
General Motors Co said Monday it is temporarily laying off another 415 workers in Mexico as a strike by 48,000 U.S. hourly workers enters its fourth week.
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News video: UAW Strike: Talks Snag On Pensions, Hourly Wage

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The United Auto Workers union against General Motors has gone on for nearly three weeks. Now, sources say the main remaining issues in the negotiations have narrowed to wages and pensions. The UAW wants to reduce the time it takes to earn the top wage scale of $31 an hour from the current eight...

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