What Detroit automakers have to give the UAW to get a deal, according to experts

The United Auto Workers and the Detroit Three carmakers could get closer to an agreement sooner than it appears if both sides focus on a few key job provisions, according to some industry observers and insiders.

One issue the union will likely have to accept that it will not win is a 32-hour workweek for 40 hours of pay, according to the people interviewed for this story. But there are other demands the UAW needs to win (a cost-of-living adjustment, for one) if the carmakers want a quick end…

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