CHICAGO, June 21 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers leaders have called local presidents to a meeting in Detroit on Friday regarding contract talks with bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp. , industry publication Automotive News reported on Thursday. The meeting was called on one-day's notice and billed as an update on the talks, Automotive News reported on its Web site, citing two unnamed union sources. Delphi spokesman Lindsey Williams said on Thursday night that negotiations were ...
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