United Auto Workers union officials say a competitive operating agreement brokered between Local 1112 and General Motors Corp. paved the way for the auto maker to select Lordstown, OH, as the North American production site of the all-new Chevy Cruze compact car. “The local contract we ratified was the difference,” says Local 1112 President Jim Graham. “Our people understand the urgency of the situation. “We’ve faced years of adversity from outside circumstances and we’ve just been ...

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