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Detroit automakers, UAW agree to curb production to contain coronavirus

Reuters Wednesday, 18 March 2020
The Detroit Three automakers and United Auto Workers agreed on Tuesday to curtail production at U.S. factories and limit the number of workers on the job at one time to prevent the spread of the coronavirus among roughly 150,000 factory employees.
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