By Susan Kelly CHICAGO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - With a strike deadline just hours away, truckmaker Navistar International Inc. and union workers were still far from reaching agreement on a new labor contract, a union official said on Monday afternoon. Members of the United Auto Workers union at four Navistar truck and engine manufacturing plants are prepared to walk off the job and set up picket lines shortly after midnight unless a new labor pact is reached or the current three-year ...
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