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Nissan response re allegations of abuse of workers’ freedom of association rights at Canton plant in Mississippi (USA)

Author: Nissan Motor , Published on: 11 October 2013

This UAW [United Auto Workers] commissioned report is neither objective nor credible and simply restates two-years’ worth of false allegations by the union. Nissan has never violated labor standards and would never tolerate threats or intimidation of our employees. Nissan will continue to abide by U.S. labor laws and support the rights of employees to decide whether they wish to be represented by a union.

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This is a response from the following companies: Nissan