DETROIT – United Auto Workers union chief Bob King may find his path to organizing so-called transplant auto makers in the U.S. smoother after reaching a tentative labor contract with General Motors with relative ease, experts tell WardsAuto. “It doesn’t hurt him,” says Kristin Dziczek, director-Labor and Industry Group at the Center for Automotive Research, an Ann Arbor, MI-based think tank. King has made it a priority to organize hourly workers at foreign auto ...
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