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Consulting Firm: GM Strike Impacts 150,000 Auto Industry Workers

Newsmax Tuesday, 8 October 2019
The prolonged strike at General Motors Co. is estimated to have hit 150,000 workers in the auto industry, a report from research and consulting firm Anderson Economic Group (AEG) showed on Tuesday.
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News video: Sources: GM walks back on offer to revive Detroit-Hamtramck and Lordstown, Ohio plants

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7 Action News has learned contract talks between General Motors and the United Autoworkers Union have taken a major step backwards. This is day 22 of the nationwide strike with some 46,000 workers walking picket lines rather than working on assembly lines and other jobs inside GM plants.

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