Keep up to date on everything going on in the world of trade and tariffs via MetalMiner’s Trade Resource Center. The Big 3, which now all report sales on a quarterly basis, released sales figures for the third quarter. General Motors reported third-quarter deliveries of 738,638 vehicles, marking a 6.3% year-over-year increase. Negotiations between GM and the United Automobile Workers (UAW) union entered their third week this week, UAW rejected the latest GM offer on Sept. 30, according to a UAW statement. “This proposal that the Company provided to us on day 15 of the strike did not satisfy your contract demands or needs,” UAW Vice President Terry Dittes said in a release. “There were many areas that came up short like health care, wages, temporary employees, skilled trades and job security to name a few.  Additionally, concessionary proposals still remain in the company’s proposals as of late last night.” Earlier this month, MetalMiner Executive Editor Lisa Reisman weighed in on a lingering strike’s potential impact on steel prices. “Given that the U.S. market consumes about 110 million tons annually, and GM’s share represents about 8% of domestic steel production, it would tak...