In an effort to save jobs, European Metalworkers Federation leaders at five General Motors Corp. assembly plants in Europe have agreed not to bid against each other for compact-car production. The unprecedented move calls for GM to divide production of its next-generation compact model line, expected to debut in 2010. Union leaders, who have pledged to cooperate instead of competing, represent workers at GM plants in Antwerp, Belgium; Bochum, Germany; Gilwice, Poland; Trollhattan, ...

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