USA: Car delivery drivers' union agrees new pay deal as deadline looms - paper
New car deliveries to dealers across the United States look like continuing as usual after the Teamsters union and distribution companies reached a contract agreement on Saturday night, 90 minutes before the midnight deadline, the Detroit News reported. The newspaper said the five-year deal, reached after three months of tough talks, is a compromise between an industry that is in an economic slump and a union aware of an increasing tendency of vehicle makers to turn to non-union companies to deliver cars.
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