General Motors Corp.'s “Yellowstone” manufacturing scheme may be its last effort to make small cars in the U.S., but that isn't scaring the United Auto Workers into hurriedly accepting that plan. At best, UAW President Stephen P. Yokich was guarded in comments last week regarding the GM proposal to close J-car assembly plants in Lordstown, OH, and Lansing, MI, and build near those cities new facilities that require fewer workers. “I'm concerned about a lot of things. If you don't have ...

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