(Refiles to fix typographical errors) The Great Debate By Paul Ingrassia (The views expressed are Paul Ingrassia's own) Sept 29 (Reuters) - General Motors won. That's the bottom line from the new four-year contract with the company ratified by the United Auto Workers union yesterday. GM retained the two-tier wage system that allows it to start new hires at $16 to $19 an hour, above the current starting wage but far below the $32 an hour for UAW veterans. Premium-paid ...
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