UAW membership up in 2011, but money woes linger


* UAW membership up 1 pct as U.S. auto market grows * UAW still relies on investment sales for funding By Deepa Seetharaman NEW YORK, April 1 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers added members for a second straight year in 2011 despite its failure to organize U.S. auto plants operated by foreign automakers, a goal that remains at the heart of the UAW's longterm survival strategy. UAW membership increased by 4,107, or 1 percent, to 380,719 last year as Detroit's three automakers added jobs ...

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