DETROIT, Jan 15 (Reuters) - At a conference held on Wednesday in conjunction with the annual Detroit auto show, United Auto Workers President Bob King said:
* He’s confident the union will successfully organize Volkswagen’s Chattanooga, Tennessee plant by June, when he retires;
* He does not believe 2015 contract negotiations with automakers will be any more difficult than the 2011 talks.
* He believes members will support a proposed dues increase -- the first since 1967 -- at the union’s convention in June.
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