DETROIT, Sept 28 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union's council of local leaders voted unanimously on Friday to recommend that members at General Motors Corp approve a new four-year contract that ended a 2-day strike this week. Following are several key points in the tentative agreement that UAW officials would like to see ratified by Oct. 10. The UAW expects the contract to serve as a template for talks with Ford Motor Co and privately held Chrysler LLC. * GM to pay $29.9 billion ...
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