DETROIT – Increased niche vehicle production would reduce overcapacity plaguing Detroit auto makers, while saving jobs and boosting the image of American craftsmanship, says United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger. “The auto industry is great on product mix,” Gettelfinger says, following a stirring address to the Detroit Economic Club that bordered on anger. “What we've got to get better at is niche vehicles.” UAW President Ron Gettelfinger Analysts have said General Motors ...

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