Members of the United Auto Workers union’s executive committee today are expected to seek an endorsement of contract concessions from local-level leaders – the next step toward ratification of a deal that could save Chrysler LLC from liquidation. Following a round of weekend bargaining, the UAW has a tentative agreement with Chrysler, Fiat Auto Group and the U.S. Treasury Dept. It includes “modifications” to the union’s 2007 contract that governs the Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Assn., ...
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