Sept 27 (Reuters) - Unionized workers at General Motors Corp's Canadian operations have voted in favor of a four-year labor agreement with the company, the Canadian Auto Workers union said on Thursday. Some 73 percent of the GM workers who voted backed the deal, the CAW said in a statement. The GM agreement includes a $3,000 quality and productivity bonus for workers upon ratification as well as cost of living lump sum payments of $2,000 in each ...
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