A major part of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union's strategy for dealing with the impending arrival of supercenters operated by Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., in Southern California is to zone the mass merchandiser out of the region, according to Rick Icaza, president, UFCW Local 770, Los Angeles. er in that city just east of Los Angeles, the company noted at the time. However, the council voted to reverse itself in early December. Icaza said the reversal came as a result ...
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