GM cancels some new modelsGeneral Motors Corp....
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Workers say Stempel was 'scapegoat'
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Local GM plant to close for a week
GM plant here again faces layoffs Strike threatens key parts supplier
Auto labor agreementThe United Auto Workers and...
Panel approves bill requiring car labeling
Auto union boss upholds faith in organized labor
Assembly lines to roll again at local GM plant
Local GM plant to resume work 2,800 to return tomorrow
Area GM workers hoping to be back on the job soon
For Chambersburg strikers, a third Labor Day on the picket line 260 have become outcasts in their anti-union town
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Unions gain new leverage Inventory system left GM vulnerable
Stocks down in lightest trading of year
Idle van makers simply hang on, wait for callback
GM strike in Ohio hurts economy here Local plant lays off workers; suppliers feel ripple effect
AT GM PLANT HERE, A GRIM WAIT 3,000 layoffs loom as result of strike in Ohio
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No help for U.S. workers
Canada, Mexico, U.S. achieve trade accord Pact forms largest free-commerce bloc
Clinton's Democrats Bid Farewell to the Politics of the Industrial Revolution
Martin workers to vote on concessions today Union members are asked to yield up to $16 a week
Good riddance to unions
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Group fosters labor-management communications
Northeast, Chesapeake honor standout students
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Astro fares poorly in federal crash test Baltimore-built van is defended by GM
Astro gets low marks in crash test
Congressmen are packing in funds from the PACs PACs outpace individuals' contributions.
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GM reportedly to demand 2-tier wages in '93 talks DTC
Reluctant but realistic, labor sides with Clinton ON POLITICS
Caterpillar: big risks on both sides Outcome of UAW strike could affect millions
DIGGING IN AT CATERPILLAR Shareholders told 47,000 seek jobs of UAW strikers
Strikers liven up Caterpillar's shareholders meeting Union wants the chairman, rather than workers, to be replaced.
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Ford shifts direction at transmission plant
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GM moving truck plant from Mexico City
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