DETROIT, June 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. and bankrupt parts supplier Delphi Corp. are ready to announce a labor deal with the United Auto Workers union on Friday, a person involved in the negotiations said. UAW officials met with presidents of union chapters on Friday in Detroit to brief the local union presidents on progress toward a settlement of the long-running talks. The person involved in the negotiations attended that meeting and said an announcement would come Friday. ...
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