By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. and the United Auto Workers union on Sunday rushed to complete a cost-cutting labor deal that would allow the top U.S. automaker to cut itself free from a $50 billion retiree health- care burden. Negotiators for both sides, who were meeting for the 20th consecutive day on Sunday in Detroit, stepped up the pace in a bid to complete a tentative contract, two people briefed on progress in the talks said. A contract would ...
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