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January 1992, Vol. 115, No. 1
Edward J. Wasilewski, Jr.
Economists, Division of Developments in Labor-Management Relation, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Uncertainty about the economy is likely to be a dominant factor, as negotiations begin for 2.7 million workers under major collective bargaining contracts set to expire in 1992. This article profiles potential issues expected to be addressed in collective bargaining negotiations during 1992.
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