DETROIT, Sept 21 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger said on Friday that the union's closely watched negotiations with General Motors Corp were "continuing to make progress" and said the union wanted to reach a settlement without striking. "We are continuing to make progress; however, we are pushing to accelerate the negotiating pace at all levels," Gettelfinger said in an e-mail to local union leaders sent Friday afternoon. "It is our desire to reach an agreement ...
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