AP Exclusive: VW labor boss says UAW vote won't affect US expansion plans; GOP leaders wary

  • Article by: ERIK SCHELZIG , Associated Press
  • Updated: November 15, 2013 - 5:20 PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Top Volkswagen officials are trying to quell fears among Tennessee politicians about efforts to work with a union to create a German-style works council at the automaker's lone U.S. plant in Chattanooga.

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localguyNov. 15, 13 6:34 PM

Note to GOP: Let VW run their business their own way. They know more about the car business than you do. Don't make everything about political posturing.

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NikoreNov. 15, 13 7:37 PM

I couldn't agree more with localguy. VW is doing just fine worldwide with how they do business. As a blue collar worker I read this and the article about Boeing in Seattle and it is no surprise why the middle class is getting killed. These are private company unions for corporations that make billions of dollars. If you want start a rant about the public sector that is a different story. I

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