By David Bailey DETROIT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp and the United Auto Workers could break their contract stalemate with a deal that trades concessions the struggling automaker needs to survive for some job security for its aging work force, analysts said on Tuesday. Crafting such a compromise to end the first UAW national strike against GM in 37 years may prove hard, but it is not impossible, they said, as contract talks continue in Detroit. But a weakened GM is in no ...
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