ANALYSIS-UAW faces deeper cuts to clinch auto rescue


By David Bailey DETROIT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - The union contract hailed as the deal to save Detroit automakers a year ago is in danger of coming undone in the face of the industry's push to secure the federal bailout it now sees as its best bet to survive. The centerpiece of the historic UAW contract, the creation of a trust to take over the estimated $80 billion retiree health care liability of the Detroit Three, seems certain to be re-examined as General Motors Corp and its rivals seek ...

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