DETROIT, Dec 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday it will offer buyout packages early next year to its salaried employees in the United States to cut costs. "These are voluntary programs," said GM spokesman Robert Herta, who declined to say how many employees would receive the offer. GM currently has 38,000 salaried workers in the United States. "Over the past several years, GM has been aligning its workforce with business needs and 2005 is no different," Herta said. ...
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