UAW President Shawn Fain says if there's no deal by the end of the week, more plants will walk out on Friday.The preview image alone shows the timeline, which is why I featured this video.
WDIV has more from metro Detroit in UAW ramps up pressure as strike hits day 5 in Metro Detroit.
The UAW and the Detroit Big Three are having what's been characterized as around-the-clock discussions, but there has been no update from the automakers.At least the Canadian Auto Workers have reached an agreement. The reporter on location seemed pretty pessimistic about the UAW reaching agreements with the Big Three any time soon.
The location reporter in Fox 2 Detroit's UAW strike effect could send massive waves through economy sounded more optimistic despite the dire possible effects of a prolonged strike.
As UAW members continue protesting outside three plants in the U.S., Michigan's economy could be derailed if the strike lasts for several weeks.Unlike the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes, talks are taking place and progress toward an agreement is happening every day, so I think the strike will end before suppliers start to close, although not before more UAW members go out on strike. Stay tuned.