BREAKING: US auto union chief says “preparing to strike” as talks deadlock

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US, NEW YORK (ORDO NEWS) — The head of the US auto workers union announced Wednesday plans to strike by the three major Detroit automakers, saying the two sides are still “very far apart” in contract negotiations.

“We are preparing to strike these companies in a way they’ve never seen before,” Shawn Fain, president of the United Auto Workers union, said of a stoppage that could begin at a limited number of plants Friday morning and expand gradually while contract talks continue.

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