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United Auto Workers Strike Could Impact Kansas City
The United Auto Workers (UAW) is considering going on strike, which could have a significant impact on the Kansas City area. Up to 8,900 people, many of whom work at the Ford Motor Co. Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, could be affected by the strike. With labor deals set to expire at midnight on Friday and negotiations between the UAW and Big Three automakers at a standstill, the possibility of a strike in Kansas City is becoming increasingly likely.
- The United Auto Workers is considering going on strike.
- Up to 8,900 people in Kansas City could be affected.
- Many of those affected work at the Ford Motor Co. Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo.
- Labor deals are set to expire at midnight on Friday.
- Negotiations between the UAW and Big Three automakers are at an impasse.
As the possibility of a United Auto Workers strike looms over Kansas City, the residential real estate market may experience some turbulence. With thousands of workers potentially facing financial uncertainty, the demand for housing and the ability to make mortgage payments could be affected. Homeowners in the area may need to consider their options and be prepared for potential changes in the market. Real estate agents and investors should closely monitor the situation and be ready to adapt their strategies accordingly.
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