DETROIT – Don’t hold your breath if you’re waiting for the United Auto Workers to organize a North American plant run by an overseas-based auto maker, the union’s president says. But Ron Gettelfinger, who retires next month, says the UAW is seeing “a lot more interest than we have in the past” from employees of the so-called transplants. “Is anybody ready to vote? No,” Gettelfinger says, seemingly expressing less hope for a breakthrough than he showed six months ago when he told Ward’s a ...
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