DETROIT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said on Wednesday it was pleased that the United Auto Workers union was able to reach a tentative four-year labor labor deal with General Motors Corp. "We are pleased they were able to reach an agreement," Ford spokeswoman Marcey Evans said. The tentative UAW-GM contract, which includes a groundbreaking health-care trust fund, ended a national strike by 73,000 GM workers. UAW President Ron Gettelfinger said earlier on Wednesday that a ...
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