The United Auto Workers union says it is making headway in organizing efforts in Alabama and Mexico. But UAW President Stephen P. Yokich declined to reveal details during a press briefing last week. At DaimlerChrysler AG's assembly plant in Vance, AL, the union chief would only say that the UAW was “doing very well.” However, Mr. Yokich refused to say if the UAW was close to holding a vote at the M-Class factory. “I couldn't tell you that,” he says. Mr. Yokich also declined to comment ...

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