DEARBORN, MI – United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger predicts fewer employees will accept separation deals this time in General Motors Corp.’s latest round of buyouts offers. The auto maker earlier this week proffered buyout packages to all 74,000 hourly employees covered by the new 4-year labor contract inked with the UAW last fall. “I think you’ll see that number (of acceptances) fall below 20,000,” Gettelfinger tells a group of reporters here prior to picking up a “Newsmaker ...

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