A strike by auto workers at General Motors, Ford and Stellantis
has cost the US economy nearly $4 billion in lost wages
and lost production according to a report by the Anderson Economic Group.
The strike, which began on September 15, 2023, is the longest in the US auto industry in over 40 years.
The auto workers are demanding higher wages, better benefits, and more job security.
They are also concerned about the automakers' plans to shift production to electric vehicles which could result in job losses.
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