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Pattern bargaining is how things tend to be done in Detroit, a strategy which ensures that one automaker doesn't tend to get a plum deal at the expense of the other car builders in town. General Motors and Chrysler negotiated pretty hard with the United Auto Workers as part of the bailouts, and Ford's now in the process of securing new agreements with its labor force. While the Blue Oval didn't need government money to stay afloat (well, aside from those low interest technology loans, anyway), i

It wasn't easy, but it looks like General Motors will have its new contract ratified by the UAW by October 10th. We expect the UAW to start proceedings with either Ford or Chrysler as soon as this Monday, but Ford has apparently made it known that it needs more concessions from the union than were given to its cross-town rival GM. BloggingStocks is reporting the UAW president Ron Gettelfinger knows this, saying that the deal he struck with GM will be a "rough template" for deals with Ford and Ch

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