GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. began negotiating a “special collective bargaining agreement” with its labor union on Tuesday, Ward’s has learned. “Management shared our 2009 business plan with the union and promised to keep its leadership fully updated,” says spokesman Jay Cooney. “Both sides agreed that sacrifices will have to be made by all to overcome challenges triggered by the global economic crisis.” However, headcount reductions will be made only through natural attrition, he ...

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