DETROIT, April 25 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union on Friday extended a deadline for a strike at a General Motors Corp metal stamping plant in Grand Rapids, Michigan. UAW Local 730 on its website on Friday posted a statement, entitled "strike avoided" that said talks are continuing between negotiators for the union and the U.S. automaker but a settlement had not been reached. "As long as talks continue and progress is made workers will continue to work and the strike will be ...
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