Detroit (WWJ/AP)- More negotiations are expected Sunday, a day after the United Auto Workers union asked local leaders from Chrysler to meet in Detroit.  The move normally is a sign the union has agreed to a new contract.

UAW spokeswoman Michele Martin confirms that union leaders will meet Monday. She says talks are progressing but there’s no agreement yet on a deal that would affect 23,000 workers. 

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Chrysler spokeswoman Jodi Tinson says a deal hasn’t been reached but bargaining will continue this weekend.

Chrysler is the only Detroit automaker without a new labor agreement. Workers at General Motors have approved a new four-year contract 10 days ago. Ford workers are voting on their deal.

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The UAW has agreed to profit sharing instead of raises for most workers under those agreements. The workers also will get signing bonuses.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.