SAN FRANCISCO, March 19 (Reuters) - Union workers who have been locked out of CNH Global NV facilities for almost four months approved a new contract on Saturday with the farm equipment maker and will return to work next week, the company said. CNH said the workers, who unanimously rejected the company's previous offer in May, were expected back on Monday morning and no later than the end of Tuesday. "We are pleased that our UAW-represented employees ratified the contract and are ...
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