Skilled-trade workers at DaimlerChrysler AG’s Toledo, OH, Jeep assembly plants have rejected a 1-year labor contract offer. However, DC says it doesn’t expect that to disrupt production of the Jeep Liberty and Wrangler SUVs, because the skilled-trade workers were the only one of four United Auto Workers Local 12 units to reject the pact. In past situations where one unit rejects a contract, a DC spokesman says the union has sought a new vote or asks the unit to continue negotiating until ...

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