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    :: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 ::

    What a Week - October 2003 Solidarity by Roger Kerson
    UAW wins five agreements in five days
    In a whirlwind of bargaining never before seen in the U.S. auto industry, the UAW reached new tentative agreements at all five firms within days of their common expiration date. The four-year pact with DaimlerChrysler was reached just before the previous contract expired Sept. 14.
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