By Scott Malone BOSTON, May 17 (Reuters) - The cost of health care will be a bone of contention when General Electric Co. on Monday begins negotiations with unions representing more than 20,000 of its workers, whose contracts are due to expire in June. Negotiators for the world's second-largest company by market capitalization will be meeting with representatives of 11 unions, who negotiate as a block. The alliance -- comprising of the International Union of Electronic ...
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