CHICAGO, March 28 (Reuters) - A top United Auto Workers negotiator on Tuesday said it would impede progress on labor talks if bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. filed motions to reject its labor contracts this week. UAW Vice President Richard Shoemaker told local leaders in a meeting to review Delphi's latest contract proposal that it would be a mistake for the parts supplier to proceed with the court process, union spokesman Paul Krell said. Shoemaker told local leaders the UAW ...
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