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UAW president vows more strikes if no progress by noon Friday

  • The United Auto Workers union has threatened additional strikes at General Motors, Ford Motor, and Stellantis plants if there is no progress in negotiations by Friday.
  • The strikes are part of a new approach called the "Stand Up Strike," and the union has selected specific plants for targeted strikes as negotiations continue with all three automakers.
  • The union is demanding increased hourly pay, reduced workweeks, traditional pensions, and other benefits, citing the need for a share of the record profits posted by automakers. The companies argue that they can't afford the demands due to investments required for the transition to electric vehicles.
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