UAW says Delphi negotiations continue


MACKINAW ISLAND, Mich., May 31 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union remains in talks with parts supplier Delphi Corp. on the terms for a labor agreement that would allow the company to emerge from bankruptcy, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger told reporters on Thursday. Gettelfinger declined to say whether the two sides had moved any closer after the UAW submitted a counter-proposal to Delphi and its former parent General Motors Corp. . "We're continuing to try to work through the ...

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