UAW vows to fight auto industry pressure for cuts


DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union will fight pressure to give back hard-won benefits but remains open to "alternative strategies" aimed at turning around the embattled U.S. auto industry, the union said on Tuesday. In documents prepared ahead of a meeting of UAW delegates in Detroit, the union said it would take a tough line in upcoming contract talks on job security and the protection of health care and pension benefits. But the union, which has seen its active ...

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