VW exec says workers to decide if they wish to unionize - CNBC

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March 27 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen AG's plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, will make the decision whether they want union representation, and the United Auto Workers is just one option for them, VW's top executive in North America told CNBC on Wednesday. Jonathan Browning, head of Volkswagen of America, said in an interview on the cable television network that the company expects Chattanooga plant workers to have a strong voice in its operations. Early ...

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