NEW YORK, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union is considering helping General Motors Corp. cut costs because it expects another bleak year at the automaker, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. The union's vice president, Richard Shoemaker, told a group of union leaders this week the UAW is weighing concessions, pending an independent review of GM's finances, the newspaper reported. The union has hired a team of outside experts to conduct the review, it said. If the ...
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