* U.S. small car production part of deal with UAW * Plant capable of building 160,000 cars annually DETROIT, May 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Friday it would build a future small car in the United States by retooling one of its idled plants represented by the United Auto Workers union. The plan for U.S. small car production is part of the automaker's new cost-saving agreement with the UAW, under which the union would own a 17.5 percent stake in a reorganized automaker in ...
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