Not only is General Motors Corp.'s plan to cut assembly costs through modularization getting its first genuine opposition from the United Auto Workers, the union also hints it may make demands at this summer's national contract negotiations that could increase production expenses for GM and other automakers. “When we go to the bargaining table, we have to find a way to cut the overtime and improve the wages so that you (the workers) don't miss the overtime,” UAW President Stephen P. Yokich ...

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