CHICAGO, March 31 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers on Friday said it would be be "impossible to avoid a long strike" if a bankruptcy court allows auto parts supplier Delphi Corp. to void its labor contracts and the company follows through. A filing on Friday would be another indication Delphi has never been serious about resolving labor cost issues through negotiation and leaves "no basis for continuing discussions," the UAW said in a statement. Delphi said Friday it would file ...
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