(Adds details from UAW, UAW official, background, byline) By David Bailey CHICAGO, March 28 (Reuters) - Unions representing nearly all of Delphi Corp.'s U.S. hourly workers on Tuesday rejected the bankrupt auto parts maker's latest proposed wage and benefit cuts, expressing doubts deals could be reached by the company's self-imposed deadline this week. Delphi has said it must reach at least the framework of an agreement with its unions by Thursday, or it will file court papers the ...
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