NEW YORK, Nov 21 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers said on Monday that General Motors Corp.'s decision to cut 30,000 jobs and close or curtail operations in at least 12 plants was "extremely disappointing, unfair and unfortunate." "Today's action ... is devastating to many thousands of workers, their families and their communities. While GM's continuing decline in market share is not the fault of workers or our communities, it is these groups that will suffer because of the actions ...
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