STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – Chrysler Group and the United Auto Workers union are downplaying published reports characterizing as groundbreaking a deal aimed at reducing the auto maker’s health-care costs. The agreement falls under a clause in the union’s national bargaining agreement with Chrysler and the rest of the Big Three that enables the parties to meet regularly to discuss ways to reduce health-care cost increases. Several published reports earlier this week indicated the changes to ...
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