The United Auto Workers’ strike against America’s Big 3 automakers is now in its fourth day. Negotiators said there were “reasonably productive” discussions over the weekend but an agreement appears nowhere in sight.
Some observers say the walkout, which is limited at the moment, comes at a time when U.S. labor unions are flexing their muscles more than any time in the recent past. CGTN’s Hendrik Sybrandy reports.
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