STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – The United Auto Workers union unwittingly got a glimpse of its future three months before the current financial crisis took hold of Chrysler LLC when the auto maker showed union leaders the new Fiat 500. UAW President Ron Gettelfinger says the stylish A-segment car that has taken Europe by storm was in Chrysler’s design dome in August, when he and UAW Vice President General Holiefield visited the auto maker’s headquarters. “I would challenge anybody to talk ...

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