General Motors Corp. will put the brakes on additional buyouts programs to United Auto Workers union members after the deadline for its latest proposal passes next month. “It is unlikely we will offer another special attrition program in the future,” GM spokesman Tony Sapienza tells Ward’s. “But then nothing is certain in this environment.” The cash-strapped auto maker last week extended early retirement and buyout options to its 62,000 UAW-represented employees. Ward’s learns GM is ...
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