(Adds background, details) By Jui Chakravorty YPSILANTI, Mich., May 30 (Reuters) - Over 20,000 General Motors Corp. unionized factory workers have accepted early retirement and buyout offers, a tally expected to rise toward 30,000 by a June deadline, a GM executive and a union official said on Tuesday. The number of GM employees represented by the United Auto Workers who accept buyouts has been closely watched as an indicator of the success of the automaker's turnaround and ...
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