Katie Merx

Business Writer, Detroit Free Press

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As  United Auto Workers  appear on the verge of ratifying a  new contract  with  General Motors , almost 32,000 workers at  Chrysler  walked off the job today.

United Auto Makers Strike after Negotiations Break Down

As United Auto Workers appear on the verge of ratifying a new contract with General Motors , almost 32,000 workers at Chrysler walked off the job today.

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