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Workers at Lear's Ajax, Ontario, seating plant ratified a new four-year labor contract on Friday, just two days after the company threatened to close the plant.
Lear says it will close a seating plant in Ontario after union members there rejected the latest tentative contract offer by 94 percent on May 1.
Lear workers in Ajax, Ontario, widely rejected a tentative labor deal, prolonging a strike at a facility that supplies seats to a nearby Fiat Chrysler plant.
A tentative labor agreement was reached at a Lear facility in Ajax, Ontario, where a three-day strike caused a production slowdown at a nearby Fiat Chrysler assembly plant.
Unionized workers who make seats at Lear Ajax near Toronto began strike actions over the weekend. The strike has affected production of the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Challenger and Charger in Ontario.
GM's South Korean unit said that it has reached a tentative wage deal with its labor union, meeting a key condition laid down by the automaker to prevent it filing for bankruptcy.
PSA boss Carlos Tavares, who is no stranger to thrashing out difficult labor deals, is now taking on Germany's powerful IG Metall union, which has been the undoing of many a cost cutter.
GM workers in South Korea forced their way into company executive offices in Incheon, destroying and removing furniture, shortly after the GM unit nixed bonuses due to a cash crisis.
The National Labor Relations Board found merit to complaints levied by Tesla factory workers against the automaker, the UAW said, and the case has been scheduled to go before a judge in June.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles on Monday resumed production of its minivans after striking Unifor workers at a major supplier ratified a new three-year contract.
Striking workers at auto supplier ZF-TRW in Windsor, Ontario, have forced FCA Canada to cancel Saturday production of the Chrysler Pacifica minivan.
Car factories across Germany were at a standstill on Friday as industrial workers staged a third day of 24-hour strikes, focusing on plants owned by Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi and BMW.
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