DETROIT – The United Auto Workers union continues contract talks with General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co., as it readies for ratification of a 4-year deal with the Chrysler Group. Ron Gettelfinger, UAW president, says his negotiators will not rest until a deal is reached with GM and Ford, plus Tier 1 suppliers Delphi Corp. and Visteon Corp. If company negotiators take a catnap, “We’ll be waiting for them when they get back,” he says. Ron Gettelfinger Workers at all ...

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