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UAW turns to Ford after GM workers approve new contract

Reuters Friday, 25 October 2019
The United Auto Workers union said on Friday it has chosen Ford Motor Co as the next U.S. automaker the union will negotiate with after workers at General Motors Co approved a new contract deal.
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News video: Workers At Texas GM Plant Approve Deal, Lengthy Strike Likely To End

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Striking workers at the General Motors factory with the most employees have approved a new contract with the company.

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