TORONTO, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Stelco Inc said on Thursday it will not reach a deal with the union at its Lake Erie facility by midnight, meaning the steelmaker will risk losing its biggest customer, General Motors Corp. . GM gave Stelco a deadline of midnight on Thursday to reach a new labor deal with its workers and assure a supply of steel through 2005. General Motors had previously said it would get its steel elsewhere in 2005. The United Steelworkers of America will not go on strike ...
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