Healthcare likely sticking point in GE-union talks


* Current contract expires June 19 * Talks cover 15,200 U.S. union workers By Scott Malone BOSTON, May 20 (Reuters) - Healthcare costs are likely to be the main sticking point in General Electric Co's next round of negotiations with its big U.S. labor unions, which kick off on Monday, both sides said. The largest U.S. conglomerate has about 15,200 union employees represented primarily by the International Union of Electronic Workers/Communications Workers of America and the United ...

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