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United Auto Workers go on strike against Ford, GM, Stellantis

  • Members of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union went on strike against the "Big Three" U.S. auto manufacturers, demanding a 40% pay increase over four years, cost-of-living adjustments, the elimination of wage tiers, and enhanced retirement benefits.
  • The strike began at three plants responsible for producing profitable vehicles for the automakers, potentially impacting their operations. The UAW's wage demands have been deemed unsustainable by Ford CEO Jim Farley.
  • The UAW's strike marks the first time in their 88-year history that they are striking against all three major U.S. automakers, representing approximately 150,000 employees.
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