Angst over potential job losses, modularity and parts subsidiaries being spun off will be at the center of this year's labor negotiations between Big 3 automakers and the United Auto Workers union that kicks off this week. But this year's bargaining may have more hugfest than unrest about it. Record auto profits and neither side with the stomach for another strike like last year's General Motors Corp. walkout are some of the major reasons the volume of rhetoric on both sides has been ...
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