UAW chief sees US auto industry recovery, new jobs


* Union will seek gains in 2011 contract * Gettelfinger to step down as UAW chief DETROIT, May 28 (Reuters) - Detroit-based automakers are on the road to recovery and plan to hire back workers a year after bankruptcies for GM and Chrysler, United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger said on Friday. Gettelfinger, speaking to reporters at the Automotive Press Association, also said he believes that UAW membership will stabilize or start to grow after more than three decades of steady ...

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