CHICAGO, Nov 23 (Reuters) - The union representing some 650 CNH Global workers on Tuesday called the farm equipment maker's decision to lock out its members rather then let them back in after a 19-day strike unwise, unfair and unnecessary. CNH Global on Monday declared an impasse in contract talks with the United Auto Workers, citing a strike at four U.S. facilities that started on Nov. 3 and lack of movement on key issues since members rejected its last offer in May. Union officials ...
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