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VW's Tennessee workers vote against union representation

Reuters Saturday, 15 June 2019
Workers at Volkswagen AG's assembly plant in the state of Tennessee narrowly voted against union representation, dealing a fresh blow to the United Auto Workers' (UAW) efforts to unionize a foreign automaker's plant in the U.S. South.
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