NEW YORK – United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger says he is confident his union will start signing up workers in the near future at Asian and European transplant factories in the U.S. “We're getting a lot of phone calls (from these workers), concerning various issues,” he tells Ward’s before his address to the International Motor Press Assn. here, although he declines to specify the major concerns of these workers. “People are recognizing more and more problems (at these ...
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