United States General Motors employees go on strike

According to their union, more than 10,000 employees at three of the largest US automakers have begun a walkout.

Three factories owned by General Motors (GM), Ford, and Stellantis have ceased operations.It happened following the Thursday night expiration of the work contracts.

The United Autoworkers Union (UAW) claimed that the companies had not made reasonable offers.

The conflict has the potential to increase consumer costs and severely destabilise the major players in the automotive seThe union, noting a comparable salary boost for firm executives, had asked for a 40% pay increase for its roughly 140,000 members over a four-year period.






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