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UAW will keep GM strike going while members vote on new contract

Reuters Thursday, 17 October 2019
The United Auto Workers union said on Thursday workers at General Motors Co will stay off the job while they vote on a proposed contract that delivers higher pay for full-time workers and better terms for temporary workers, but allows the automaker to close three U.S. plants.
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News video: UAW, GM reach tentative agreement on new contract after weeks of striking

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The United Auto Workers and General Motors have reached a tentative agreement for a new four-year contract. It happened on day 31 of the strike. The union and GM have been working for months on a new contract, and officially went on strike on Sept. 14 when the previous contract expired.

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