UPDATE 1-UAW seeks VW's blessing to represent Tennessee workers

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* U.S. union wants to avoid divisive formal election process * Critics: Recognizing a union without an election is undemocratic * UAW success at VW in U.S. could help at other foreign-owned plants in South * VW global labor chief: Talks to set up works council with UAW will continue By Ben Klayman DETROIT, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers would like Volkswagen AG to voluntarily recognize the U.S. union as ...

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