DETROIT – Local-level leaders with the United Auto Workers union are expected to meet this morning to decide if they will recommend rank-and-file ratification of a tentative agreement with Chrysler. The union and the auto maker announced early today a tentative deal had been reached, thereby avoiding the prospect of a costly arbitration process. Arbitration was the only alternative to a stalemate because of a no-strike pledge made by the UAW to accommodate Chrysler’s ...
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