DETROIT – Overseas-based auto makers and suppliers that continue to oppose organizing efforts by the United Auto Workers union will be targeted by public campaigns labeling the companies as “human-rights violators.” UAW President Bob King makes the pledge in the wake of the union’s recent overtures to U.S. transplants. The outreach, outlined in a document titled “Principles for Fair Union Elections,” calls for a truce in the decades-long battle to keep the UAW out of the expanding ...

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