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FCA, UAW continue bargaining as strike threat looms

The threat of a strike is looming as Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers continue negotiating a new contract. The union sent FCA a strike notice on Tuesday. Factory workers could walk out as early as 11:59 p.m. EDT Wednesday. FCA and the UAW were still negotiating early Wednesday afternoon, according to representatives from both sides. A strike notice doesn't mean a strike will happen. FCA and the union could reach a new tentative agreement before the deadline, or the union could put talks with FCA on hold and bargain with Ford Motor Co. or General Motors Co. instead. If workers do strike, the UAW could call off workers only at some key plants or it could order a strike at all...