Stellantis, the European car manufacturer that owns Chrysler, has announced immediate layoffs of 68 employees at its Toledo, Ohio plant following a strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW). The parent company has also anticipated a further 300 layoffs in Indiana. This decision comes amidst ongoing labor disputes within the automotive industry.
Stellantis made the announcement on the 20th of this month, highlighting the impact of the UAW strike on the Toledo plant. The affected workers in Ohio will face an uncertain future as they navigate unemployment.
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[２０日 ロイター] – European carmaker Stellantis (STLAM.MI), the parent company of Chrysler, announced on the 20th that it will immediately lay off 68 workers in Toledo, Ohio, following a strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW) at its Toledo, Ohio, plant Then announced. The state of Indiana is expected to lay off 300 workers.
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