* U.S. automakers to negotiate new labor deals this summer * Fate of UAW's lower, 2nd-tier wages key in talks * VW's US plant workers earn half what most UAW workers do By Ben Klayman DETROIT, May 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG has opened a U.S. assembly plant that boasts ultra-low labor costs, but General Motors Co and United Auto Workers officials do not see it affecting this summer's labor talks. "I'm not sure there's any impact," GM North American President Mark Reuss said of the ...
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