Car makers and the UAW are in agreement, but not on wages or benefits yet, their new found common ground is that the Obama Administrations proposed 56.2 MPG CAFE target will hurt jobs. Speaking of the UAW, the union is in talks with Volkswagen about union representation at the company’s plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Toyota is merging its two subsidiaries, Toyota Auto Body and Kanto Auto Works to gain efficiencies for the company, which is hurting from the strong Yen. All that and more, plus John talks about young people going for imports and the UAW in the “You Said It!” segment.
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