CHICAGO, Nov 18 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp.'s restructuring plan could be announced as early as next week and could include a series of plant closures and at least 25,000 job cuts, the Detroit News said on Friday. Whether the restructuring plan for the troubled automaker will be ready before the Thanksgiving holiday depends on talks with the United Auto Workers union, the paper said, citing individuals familiar with the situation. The job cuts in the hourly work force would be over ...
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