* Says PR will be big part of campaign to organize Toyota * Says UAW supports striking autoworkers in China * Says UAW will go public soon with Navistar goals By James B. Kelleher DETROIT, June 23 (Reuters) - The new head of the United Auto Workers on Wednesday provided an early glimpse of the campaign he plans to wage to unionize the U.S. plants of Asian automakers like Toyota Motor Corp . In an interview with Reuters, Bob King, who vowed to "pound Toyota" when he was elected UAW ...
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