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Volkswagen global labor representatives back UAW’s implication in Tennessee plant


Volkswagen AG’s global works council is supporting the renewed effort from the United Auto Workers to represent workers at the German automaker’s Tennessee plant. Germany's IG Metall union, the global union umbrella group IndustriALL and other international Volkswagen labor representatives sided with the UAW, which might face competition from a rival workers’ group. While UAW lost an organizing vote in February ...
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