Ford Motor Co. Chief Executive Jacques A. Nasser says he doesn't expect the automaker's close relationship with the United Auto Workers union to be threatened during national negotiations this summer. “I would say there are many challenges ahead of us because this business is a tough business; it's tougher now than it's ever been,” says Mr. Nasser. “But we share many common visions with the UAW and in particular with (UAW President Stephen P. Yokich and Vice President Ron Gettelfinger). ...
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