WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The White House on Monday urged General Motors Corp. to negotiate after the United Auto Workers declared a strike against the company. "We encourage both the company and the UAW to continue to work through their differences," White House spokesman Tony Fratto said.
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