WASHINGTON -- Although the Teamsters here claimed victory last week following the resolution of the 15-day strike against Atlanta-based United Parcel Service, supermarket industry observers contacted by SN did not believe the outcome would strengthen unions in the food industry. "I don't think it will have any bearing on the [supermarket industry's] dealings with its unions," said Bonnie Zwickel, an analyst with CS First Boston, New York. Zwickel said that unlike the UPS strike, which had ...

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