WASHINGTON, May 30 (Reuters) - Truckers who haul most new cars and other vehicles in the United States prepared for a possible strike this weekend as contract talks were progressing slowly, the Teamsters union said on Friday. An estimated 9,000 drivers and other car haul workers at more than a dozen companies could walk off the job as early as midnight EDT on Saturday when the current four-year contract expires. Leaders at more than 70 Teamsters local affiliates have been told in recent ...
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