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From lost customers to keeping lights on at plants, here's what the UAW strike can cost GM

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 17 September 2019
From customers who go elsewhere because they can't get the pickup they want, to the need to keep lights on, here's what the UAW strike could cost GM.
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Some 48,000 members of the United Auto Workers went on strike early Monday, walking off General Motors factory floors and setting up picket lines as their midnight strike deadline came and went. Workers shut down 33 manufacturing plants in Texas and eight other states across the U.S.

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