Chrysler reaches tentative agreement with UAW
DETROIT, Mich. -- Chrysler reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers Union on Wednesday.
The four-year labor deal calls for a $4.5 billion investment in vehicle production.
It will also create 2,100 jobs.
The agreement is the first for UAW-represented Chrysler workers since their 2009 bankruptcy.
The auto union also recently struck deals with General Motors and Ford.