General Motors has reached a tentative labor agreement with the United Auto Workers (UAW) union, according to an article in Bloomberg.
If the new pacts are ratified by UAW members at all “Big Three” Detroit-area automakers, this would end the “stand-up strike” against the automakers that started on Sept. 15.
A spokesman for GM declined to comment for this article, and a spokesman for UAW did not return comment by time of publication.
This is a developing story. Check back later for updates.
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