Tuesday morning car news roundup, April 22, 2014

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Making headlines this morning: Beijing, Mulally, UAW, and more.

Beijing Show:



  • UAW drops VW vote challenge – DetN: The United Auto Workers union said today it was ending its legal challenge to a union election in February at Volkswagen AG’s Chattanooga plant.
  • UAW Drops Appeal on Volkswagen Vote – WSJ: The United Auto Workers union withdrew an appeal before the National Labor Relations Board of a Volkswagen assembly plant vote in Tennessee, allowing the February rejection of union representation to stand.
  • US: UAW pulls NLRB Chattanooga vote objections – Just-auto: America’s UAW body says it has withdrawn its objections with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), relating to what it referred to as “interference by politicians” in elections for Volkswagen Chattanooga workers.

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