* UAW to 'put a big emphasis on jobs' in contract talks * Without jobs, wages "don't mean as much'- union official By Bernie Woodall LAKE ORION, Mich., March 29 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers will seek a commitment from General Motors Co to build new products at two idled plants in Tennessee and Wisconsin in upcoming contract negotiations, a top union official said. Joe Ashton, the UAW's vice president for GM, said on Tuesday it would be easier to reopen the now-idle assembly ...
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