By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Four Chrysler LLC plants in the Detroit area voted to approve a proposed four-year contract for workers represented by the United Auto Workers union, boosting the chance that the contested labor pact will be ratified this week. More than 9,000 Chrysler workers at four major Detroit-area plants voted on Wednesday on the proposed contract, which had run into unexpectedly fierce opposition from union dissidents. Based on the reported ...
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