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Efforts to unionize workers at a Nissan factory in the Deep South will reach a climax Friday in a bitter contest that critics say has laid bare a racial divide in the company. The United Auto Workers union and Nissan both say they are in a position to win the vote among the 3,400 workers in the Mississippi factory which concludes Friday. The National Labor Relations Board is expected to release results early Saturday of the vote, in which about 3,000 temporary and contract employees working in the plant are not eligible to cast a ballot.
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