By Poornima Gupta and David Bailey DETROIT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp struck a groundbreaking agreement with the United Auto Workers union on Wednesday, ending a two-day strike, but the automaker still faces a number of hurdles to complete the deal. The four-year agreement -- which creates a health-care trust fund that will reduce the automaker's expenses and lets GM hire new workers at lower costs -- has to be ratified by a majority of its 73,000 UAW-represented workers. ...
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