WRAPUP 1-GM strike impact felt across borders, talks resume


(Adds comment from GM on inventory, adds analyst comment, quotes from Lordstown plant) By Poornima Gupta and Nick Carey DETROIT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - The 2-day-old nationwide strike against General Motors Corp. by the United Auto Workers union spilled across borders on Tuesday, threatening production in Mexico and shutting down Canadian plants, as both sides resumed bargaining in Detroit. More than 73,000 UAW-represented factory workers walked picket lines in the first national strike ...

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