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Knut Giesler, regional director of the IG Metall labor union in North-Rhine Westphalia, where Thyssenkrupp employs about 22,000 steelworkers, said in a phone interview.
Longtime Detroit artist and steelworker Chris Turner keeps a workshop in the neighborhood, as well as emerging talents like Pat Perry, whose massive mural on the side of 2933 Gratiot acts as an ode to long-time residents of the area.
Most of them seemed to be located in the same congressional districts as steelworkers.
More than 60 steelworkers last week descended on Capitol Hill to hold discussions with U.S. lawmakers and their staff about addressing global steel overcapacity and growing imports of the metal.
Update: noon Robert James, president of the union representing Carrier Corp. workers, said his steelworkers won’t get behind President Donald Trump’s tax plan.
But manufacturing is the only major industry projected to decline in the next decade, and steelworkers are projected to add just 9,000 jobs in the next 10 years.
Pete Nick Nickolas was the son of Nick Pete Nickolas, a steelworker, and Helen Tambakis Nickolas, a sales associate.
The deal was hailed by the governor, mayor and steelworkers union as an example of how business and government can work together.
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