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It's 'possible' UAW workers will strike Ford, FCA if pushed for contract concessions

USATODAY.com Monday, 21 October 2019
As General Motors awaits ratification of a contract to resolve its longest labor strike since 1970, Ford and Fiat Chrysler aren't free of strike risk.
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News video: What's next for Ford, FCA after UAW tentative deal with General Motors

What's next for Ford, FCA after UAW tentative deal with General Motors 02:13

If the 46,000 striking General Motors workers approve their new four-year contract, the United Autoworkers union will then shift contract talks to Ford or Fiat Chrysler.

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