CHICAGO, July 25 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers members ratified a new four-year contract with bankrupt car and truck parts maker Dana Corp. , the union said on Wednesday. Dana, which filed for bankruptcy in March 2006, announced labor deals with the UAW and the United Steelworkers unions and a $500 million investment plan with Centerbridge Partners LP earlier in July as key steps to completing its reorganization. UAW members approved the deal by an 86 percent vote. It covers more than ...
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