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GM autoworkers strike in dispute over conditions

By DW
21 September 2019   |   6:56 am
Some 49,000 employees in the US walked out after contract talks on pay and benefits with General Motors came to a grinding halt. It marks the first national strike since 2007 for the union autoworkers at GM.

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