DETROIT – A strike is inevitable at Delphi Corp. unless the bankrupt supplier backs off its proposal that hourly employees accept a dramatic wage cut, the United Auto Workers union warns. And a strike at Delphi could quickly cripple General Motors Corp., the supplier’s largest customer, because the union would instruct its members there to reject parts that come from alternate suppliers. “Everything remaining as it is today, there’s more likelihood than not that we will have a strike ...
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