UAW settles with DC, focuses on GM DETROIT — With the contract agreement with DaimlerChrysler Corp. nailed down, the United Auto Workers union turns its attention to General Motors Corp., while Ford Motor Co., whose UAW relations have soured in recent months, waits in the wings. GM's contract is expected to be similar to the one the union won with DCC. That 4-year deal will boost pay for 70,000 DCC workers by 3% each year and includes a US$1,350 signing bonus. Toyota launches campaign ...

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