By David Bailey CHICAGO, March 22 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts supplier Delphi Corp. and its major union may have negotiated a sweeping buyout for blue-collar workers, but a full labor settlement still faces major obstacles, industry analysts said on Wednesday. The risk for at least some kind of disruption to production remains fairly high, with Wednesday's announcements leaving unresolved potentially contentious questions about wage rates, benefits, pensions and plant closings, these ...
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