NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - A General Motors Corp. executive said on Wednesday that a "competitive" health care plan for all its U.S. employees could save the automaker billions. "We have to work with all of our employees to find a solution ... for this year and beyond," Gary Cowger, GM's president for North America, said in a speech at the New York Auto Show. "An across-the-board competitive health care plan for salaried and hourly employees could literally save us billions." The ...
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