Talks between the United Auto Workers and General Motors broke down on Sunday after the company rejected a package offer, prompting a UAW spokesman to write in a letter to the ranks that the talks
"have taken a turn for the worse.” At issue are the location of where future products will be built. The remarks are in stark contrast to a Friday update that noted the sides had made
"good progress" on contentious issues like temporary workers and health care.
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