YPSILANTI, Mich., May 30 (Reuters) - Over 20,000 General Motors Corp. unionized factory workers have accepted early retirement and buyout offers, a tally expected to rise toward 30,000 by a June deadline, a GM executive and a union official said on Tuesday. "The feedback is very positive," said John Buttermore, GM vice-president for powertrain manufacturing, who was at the company's Ypsilanti. Michigan, transmission plant to announce a new investment program. The number of workers ...
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