DETROIT – The United Auto Workers union wins some $2.5 billion of investment in U.S. plants, work originally planned for Mexico, as part of a new tentative agreement with General Motors. The investments, which include restarting an idled Spring Hill, TN, assembly plant and confirms closing a facility in Shreveport, LA, adds or retains some 6,400 union jobs at GM. UAW and GM negotiators reached a tentative deal late Friday, five days after the previous contract expired. This week, ...
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