The agreement has not yet been concluded. The union`s GM national council will decide, at a meeting on Thursday, whether or not to accept the deal. Then, UAW members will vote on the deal at GM. The strike will continue at least until Thursday`s meeting, the UAW said in a statement. GM confirmed in a statement that the proposed interim agreement had been reached and that additional details would be “provided in due course.” The company`s shares closed up 1.1% on Wednesday, while major market indices ended lower. GM shares have fallen nearly 6% since Sept. 13, before the strike began. The agreement is also expected to confirm the settlement of three facilities identified at closure last November, people said. These works include the Lordstown Assembly in northeastern Ohio, the Baltimore operations in Maryland, and Warren Transmission in southeastern Michigan. Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly would continue to work and build a new electric truck. The United Auto Workers` month-long strike against General Motors Co. could end after reaching a proposed tentative deal on Wednesday that is expected to generate base wage increases, unlimited profit-sharing and other profits, even though three U.S.
plants are likely to be closed. The strike began at 12:01 p..m. 16 September; the proposed provisional agreement was reached on the 31st day of the strike. The strike is not over – the union`s GM National Council will vote on the proposal on Thursday and decide whether workers will remain on strike until they vote in favour of ratifying the agreement. GM plans to build a battery-powered battery plant as part of a joint venture in the Mahoning Valley in northeastern Ohio, the home of Lordstown. The union body would be part of its promised investment in the proposed deal, two sources familiar with the situation said, but it would not be explicitly included in the union`s framework contract with GM. . .