A West Coast dockworkers strike is costing U.S. factories production of an estimated 5,100 vehicles this week – and losses could grow larger next week if the issue is not resolved. About 10,500 members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union have been locked out of their jobs in a contract dispute affecting ports in California, Oregon and Washington. Vibe output curbed by dock strike. New United Motor Mfg. Inc., the joint venture between General Motors Corp. and ...

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