(Recasts first paragraph, adds detail on projected Canadian layoffs, talks recessing for night) By Kevin Krolicki and Poornima Gupta DETROIT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union on Monday called the first national strike against General Motors Corp since 1970 after contract talks stalled, sending more than 73,000 factory workers to picket lines. The unexpected strike came after a 10-week round of contract talks seen as crucial to GM's survival as it restructures its ...
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