GM, UAW resume talks on labor contract


DETROIT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Negotiators from General Motors Corp and the United Auto Workers union resumed talks, hours after 73,000 workers walked off their jobs at the automaker's plants. Bargaining for a labor contract resumed Monday afternoon, a GM spokeswoman said. GM said it was disappointed in the UAW's decision to call a national strike against the automaker.

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