By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - The Bush administration boosted pressure on the Senate on Wednesday to not give a special break to airlines, auto makers and other industries with high employee pension liabilities. With the congressional session winding down, senior members of the administration's economic team urged lawmakers to forego a proposal to temporarily ease a rule that requires corporations to accelerate their contributions to underfunded retirement accounts to ...
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