G.M.: Strike Expected to Cost $2.9-Billion
General Motors says its six-week strike cost about $2.9 billion.
G.M. wasn’t able to build any cars at American factories during the strike, as well as some in Canada and Mexico, causing production to idle.
Nearly 50-thousand workers were demanding better pay and benefits.
The strike began September 16th and ended October 26th after negotiations.
The United Auto Workers union voted in favor of a four-year labor deal to end the walkout.