FLINT, MI – United Auto Workers Vice President Joe Ashton, who leads the union into negotiations with General Motors later this month, says he wants the auto maker to return more production to the U.S. from Mexico. “When we sit down at the bargaining table, we look at them bringing work back to this country,” Ashton tells journalists after an event to announce GM’s $328 million investment in an assembly plant here for 2013 production of next-generation of pickups ...
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