By Poornima Gupta DETROIT, May 21 (Reuters) - Visteon Corp. and the United Auto Workers said they would resume talks on Friday afternoon over a labor contract at a Michigan plant, but the UAW said its midnight strike deadline remains in place. The union had called the strike deadline late on Thursday after talks for a local operating contract broke down over the auto parts maker's aim to reduce the work force at the Rawsonville, Michigan, plant by 30 percent. A strike by the 2,074 ...
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