By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, March 25 (Reuters) - Unionized auto workers gather in Detroit this week to prepare for contract talks seen as crucial to the survival of what remains of the "Big Three" and the middle-class expectations of their blue-collar workers. The United Auto Workers union faces pressure to offer givebacks on health-care benefits estimated to add $1,000 to the cost of an American-made car, one of the issues expected to top the agenda for the union's two-day convention. ...
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