The United Auto Workers said it has signed up more than 1,000 employees at Volkswagen AG’s non-union Tennessee auto plant, setting up a high-stakes showdown at a site where the union suffered painful past defeats.

The union has now gained the support of more than 30% of workers at the Chattanooga facility, it said. That’s a key threshold for the group because it means Volkswagen employees who have been working with the UAW will go public with their efforts as they seek to win more support, according to the union.

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UAW Says It Has Signed Up Over 1,000 Volkswagen Workers In Tennessee

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