A new van plant DaimlerChrysler AG may build in Georgia will have to be unionized if the auto maker plans on making a Dodge version of its Sprinter commercial vans there, says a United Auto Workers union official. Speaking at a Michigan Chrysler plant, Nate Gooden, UAW vice president and director of the DC department, also says a new joint venture engine plant that DC will build with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. must be unionized. DC is considering building the ...
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