Autoworkers go on strike at plants at each of the Big Three


US Automakers (General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler) from time to time, in order to negotiate better working conditions or wages. Depending on the circumstances, the strike may last for days, weeks, or months, and involve a significant portion of the workers employed by the automaker. Automakers typically try to mitigate the disruption of a strike by diverting production to other plants or stockpiling components, but this can only go so far. Such strikes can lead to significant economic and financial losses, as production is halted and shipments of new vehicles are delayed or canceled.

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