DETROIT, June 22 (Reuters) - Detroit's Big Three automakers are "posturing" when they say they need a $30 reduction in hourly wages and benefits as they try to return to profitability, the United Auto Workers union president said on Friday. "Unfortunately, the newspapers keep repeating that the auto companies 'need' a $30 reduction in hourly wages and benefits," Ron Gettelfinger said in an online chat with UAW members. "In our opinion, this is nothing more than posturing by the auto ...
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