UAW and Mitsubishi agree to extend labor contract


DETROIT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union on Wednesday said it has reached a tentative agreement with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. , extending its labor agreement with the U.S. arm of the ailing Japanese automaker for 31 months. The collective bargaining agreement covers about 2,800 hourly workers at an assembly plant operated by Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America in Normal, Illinois, the UAW said in a statement. It said workers at the plant would vote on the proposed ...

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