CHICAGO, March 28 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers has rejected a new contract offer from bankrupt auto parts maker Delphi Corp., industry trade publication Automotive News said on Wednesday, quoting a senior officer at at the union. Delphi gave the UAW an offer on March 21, and the union rejected it on Monday, Automotive News said, quoting UAW Vice President Cal Rapson, who leads the negotiations for the union. A Delphi representative was not immediately available for comment. ...
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