DETROIT, July 22 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union, which has questioned the severity of financial problems at General Motors Corp., said on Friday it hired a team of outside advisers to put the company's finances under the microscope. GM , which expects its health care costs to total nearly $6 billion this year, has been in talks with the UAW since April to try to slash some of the health care benefits that Chief Executive Rick Wagoner blames for hurting the company's ability to ...
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