(Recasts, adds company statement) CHICAGO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Farm equipment maker CNH Global NV on Monday declared an impasse in contract talks with the United Auto Workers and turned down the union's offer to end a strike at four facilities that started on Nov. 3. "We do not think it is appropriate at this time to allow striking employees to return to work while the parties remain so far apart in the negotiation process," CNH negotiator Tom Graham said in a statement. UAW officials ...
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