UAW holds out hope to save Chrysler plants


DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union remains engaged in talks to convince Fiat SpA to reverse plans to shutter Chrysler plants scrapped in the U.S. automaker's bankruptcy, a union executive said on Friday. "The jury is still out as it relates to those facilities," said UAW vice president General Holiefield. "We're naturally having conversations all the time, trying to determine if there is something we can do to pull those locations up by the bootstraps," he told ...

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