DETROIT, May 17 (Reuters) - A deal between Delphi Corp. , General Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers union to help the auto parts supplier exit bankruptcy is "not imminent," GM's chief executive said on Thursday. "I don't think a resolution is imminent in the very short term," Rick Wagoner told reporters. Delphi has been in discussions with the UAW and its former parent GM on wages and benefits and wants to file a reorganization plan by the end of July. Wagoner's comments came a ...
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