DETROIT, Dec 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. on Thursday said a U.S. District court preliminarily approved a healthcare settlement deal between the automaker, its union and retirees. Information about the settlement and the next step in the legal process will be sent to GM hourly retirees and families, GM said. The healthcare deal would save the world's largest automaker $1 billion a year in healthcare costs.
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