DETROIT, Nov 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. has won a contract for its train locomotive unit to build 175 diesel locomotives for Union Pacific Corp. , the two companies told Reuters. The deal is the largest between the two companies since GM won a contract to supply 1,000 train locomotives to Union Pacific in 1999, spokesmen for the companies said. They declined to reveal the terms of the contract. Delivery of the locomotives is scheduled to start in the second quarter next year, ...
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