General Motors Corp. reaches a tentative agreement with striking United Auto Workers union members at its important cross/utility vehicle assembly plant in Delta Twp., MI, and workers at a stamping plant in Ohio withdraw a threat to walk off the job. Although union-represented employees remain on strike at GM’s Farifax, KS, plant, which produces the hot-selling Chevrolet Malibu, the easing of tensions at the other plants leads to speculation an agreement may be imminent between the UAW and ...

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