Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Elizabeth Warren (middle, front row) showed her support for the UAW strikers outside GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck plant. — AFP/VNA Photo NEW YORK — General Motors and the United Auto Workers announced on Wednesday a tentative labour agreement that could end a month-long strike that has paralysed the auto giant. The UAW GM National Council, which includes local union chapters, will convene on Thursday to consider the agreement struck between GM and UAW leadership, the union said in a statement. A majority of UAW members would then need to ratify the agreement. The strike will continue until the council approves the proposed agreement. But union leaders also will decide on Thursday whether to continue striking until all members vote, the UAW said. Neither the UAW nor GM released details of the tentative deal that would end a strike that has now dragged into its fifth week, with mounting costs for both the company and workers. Nearly 50,000 hourly workers have been on strike since September 16. The full employment hit has been estimated at as many as 150,000 people throughout the industry, including tens of thousands of salaried GM workers and auto supply employees. “The number one priority of the… Read full this story
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