(Updates throughout with quotes from speech; adds byline) By Justin Hyde DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - China's low wages and repressive labor policies are creating a "race to the bottom" that threatens organized labor worldwide, the head of the United Auto Workers union said on Monday. In a rare news conference, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger also suggested the union would not make concessions in its contract negotiations later this year with Detroit's Big Three automakers. "There ...
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