INTERVIEW-Retiring UAW chief sees road paved for union gains in U.S. South


By Bernie Woodall DETROIT, May 30 (Reuters) - Retiring United Auto Workers President Bob King said that while he did not achieve his goal of organizing a foreign-owned auto plant on U.S. soil, he believes he laid the groundwork for more than one to be brought into the union fold in the next president's term. King, 67, said the UAW remains actively involved in talks with Volkswagen AG about representing workers at a Chattanooga, Tennessee, plant, where the union ...


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