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Stellantis drops out of CES, blames UAW strike

A Ram infotainment system at a trade show
Here’s a Ram truck at CES 2018. | Image: Sean O’Kane / The Verge

Stellantis — the gigantic international automotive conglomerate that owns everything from Jeep to Ram to Alfa Romeo and Opel — has canceled its plans for CES 2024, we are told via a short press release. The company blames the current United Auto Workers (UAW) strikes, which today expanded to include 6,800 workers at the factory that makes Ram 1500 trucks, which is the largest Stellantis factory in the United States. Stellantis has “the worst proposal on the table regarding wage progression, temporary worker pay and conversion to full-time, cost-of-living adjustments (COLA), and more,” the UAW said in a statement to Axios.

“As the costs of the ongoing UAW strikes against Stellantis continue to mount, the Company has decided to cancel its…

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