UAW says some progress has been made in GM talks


FILE PHOTO: General Motors assembly workers picket outside the General Motors Bowling Green plant during the United Auto Workers (UAW) national strike in Bowling Green, Kentucky, U.S., September 17, 2019. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

(Reuters) – The United Auto Workers union said Thursday that some progress has been made in lengthy talks to end a four-day old strike of about 48,000 workers at General Motors Co but added that many issues “remain unresolved” and said talks could continue into the weekend.

A GM spokesman said that talks were continuing but declined to elaborate. UAW vice president Terry Dittes told members in a letter released to media outlets Thursday that meetings “will continue this weekend and beyond if a tentative agreement is not reached.”

Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama

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