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How Much Will the UAW Strike Really Cost GM?

Motley Fool Wednesday, 18 September 2019
The true cost to General Motors of the ongoing UAW strike will grow exponentially the longer it drags on.
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News video: Cost of union labor emerging in talks on day 3 of UAW strike against GM

Cost of union labor emerging in talks on day 3 of UAW strike against GM 02:13

Union and company bargainers are making progress toward a new contract as a strike by United Auto Workers that brought 33 General Motors factories to a halt continued into its third day.

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