No one wins from long Delphi strike-GM CEO


FRANKFURT, Dec 19 (Reuters) - No one would benefit should workers strike at General Motors Corp's bankrupt former car parts unit Delphi Corp , GM's Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said in a newspaper interview. "I honestly don't think anyone's interests are going to be served by any sort of long strike," he told industry paper Automotive News in the interview published on Monday. The paper said it was conducted on Dec. 8. Asked how damaging any strike would be to GM, he said: "It depends on ...

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