BREAKINGVIEWS-Auto workers adapt to life as Motown shareholders

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By Antony Currie NEW YORK, Sept 28 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The new UAW contract with GM eschews the overly generous benefits of the past for more measured terms. Deals with Chrysler and Ford may be tougher. But Detroit's near-death experience and the UAW's stakes in two of the big three have taught the union the benefits of restraint. Full view will be published shortly. Get Breakingviews alerts directly to your inbox three times a day. To sign up click here: ...

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