CHICAGO, Aug 17 (Reuters) - The United Steelworkers union said on Friday that it has reached a tentative contract with bankrupt U.S. auto parts maker Delphi Corp that covers about 900 workers. The union said it would not release details until it has held meetings with members. The contract requires the approval of both members and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York. Delphi, which filed for bankruptcy in October 2005, has already reached contracts with its other unions. The company ...
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