DETROIT, May 21 (Reuters) - Workers have approved an agreement to end a two-week strike by the United Auto Workers at a plant in Kansas where General Motors Corp builds the strong-selling Chevrolet Malibu sedan, a union official said on Wednesday. Members of UAW Local 31 voted by about an 88 percent margin to approve the agreement with GM, and production is expected to resume on Thursday, Local 31 financial secretary Donna Birks said. GM and United Auto Workers Local 31 said on Tuesday ...
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