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US: VW allows anti-UAW worker group ACE at its Chattanooga factory


Germany’s Volkswagen AG, the second largest automaker in the world, announced recently it decided to recognize the American Council of Employees – a new group constituted to represent workers at its auto assembly facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The new group is a direct competitor to the one already recognized and established by the United Auto Workers, the US auto union that ...
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US: UAW makes another critical step in getting recognized at VW’s Tennessee factory
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