The United Auto Workers union will not - and was not asked to - reopen its national contract with financially struggling General Motors Corp. In a meeting scheduled well in advance of GM's earnings downgrade last month, executives from the auto maker and UAW leaders gathered yesterday at a Dearborn, MI, hotel for an annual briefing on the state of the company. GM is looking to reduce expenses in the midst of its worst financial crisis since 1992. The auto maker is expected to report on ...
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