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UAW announces new strikes at GM and Ford plants, spares Stellantis citing 'momentum' in talks

  • The United Auto Workers (UAW) will extend their strike to additional plants at General Motors (GM) and Ford as the first-ever simultaneous strike against the Detroit Three automakers enters its third week. UAW president Shawn Fain announced that the strike will include Ford's Chicago assembly plant and GM's Lansing, Michigan, assembly plant, adding 7,000 more workers to the picket lines.
  • There has been a lack of progress in negotiations with Ford and GM, according to Fain. Despite the UAW's willingness to bargain, the automakers have not made meaningful progress, leading to the expansion of the strike.
  • Stellantis will not be included in the expanded strike, as the UAW had initially planned to announce a new strike at Stellantis but instead made significant changes in its contract proposal following a counter-proposal from the union.
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