GM won't tackle pension talks with UAW until 2015-exec

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By Ben Klayman NEW YORK, Sept 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Co will wait until its next round of labor talks in 2015 before negotiating with the United Auto Workers about the automaker's U.S. blue-collar pension obligation, GM's vice chairman said on Friday. GM's pension obligation to UAW-represented workers in the United States was $71 billion at the end of 2011, the last time the Detroit company detailed its blue-collar pension obligation. That exceeds GM's ...

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