DETROIT, May 20 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp reached a tentative agreement on Tuesday with striking workers at a Kansas assembly plant, potentially clearing the way for the No. 1 U.S. automaker to resume production there of its strong-selling Chevrolet Malibu sedan. The United Auto Workers union and GM both confirmed the tentative agreement. A deal to end the strike at GM's Fairfax, Kansas plant would end a two-week-old work stoppage that has slowed the supply of one of GM's ...
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