DETROIT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp and the United Auto Workers union were working on Sunday to clinch a watershed labor contract expected to provide a framework for still-pending talks with Ford Motor Co and Chrysler LLC. Here are five facts about the negotiations between the largest U.S. automaker and its major industrial union: * The UAW's past contract with the three Detroit-based automakers covering 180,681 workers and 419,621 retirees expired on Sept. 14. The union ...
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