UAW members start strike vs. nine International Truck plants
Oct 24, 2007 | 03:40 PM
| Philip Burgert
About 4,000 United Auto Workers union members at nine International Truck & Engine Corp. plants have gone on strike, citing unfair labor practices.
The walkout followed what the company, a unit of Navistar International Corp., Warrenville, Ill., had described as more than two years of off-and-on talks on improving International Truck's competitive position leading up to the Oct. 1 expiration of the labor contract. The union broke off bargaining four days later,....
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