AUTO WORKERS HAPPY AT JAPAN'S US PLANTS
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. — A survey of 200 workers at the Chrysler-Mitsubishi Diamond-Star Motors plant in Bloomington-Normal, Ill., found that: Two thirds said the collaboration between Japanese and United States automakers has a positive effect on the US.
``Very negative or poor'' opinions were expressed by 9 percent about Japanese culture, 13 percent on the Japanese economy, 24 percent about Japanese management methods, and 24 percent on Japanese work practices.
Only one-tenth felt negative about Japanese colleagues.
Fifty-six percent felt Japanese imports to the US must be restricted.