By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - U.S. autoworkers and troubled automaker Chrysler urged Congress on Wednesday not to approve a free trade pact with South Korea until it has been renegotiated to address their concerns. The deal struck in April 2007 by the Bush administration "would threaten the jobs of tens of thousands of American workers, exacerbating the already serious difficulties facing the U.S. auto industry and its workers and retirees," said Ron Gettelfinger, ...
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