* Union leaders urge a vote in support of Ford agreement * Ford CEO to take 30 pct salary cut in 2009 and 2010 * UAW aims to wrap up Ford voting by March 9 By David Bailey and Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Feb 24 (Reuters) - United Auto Workers union leaders urged members on Tuesday to approve a concessionary deal with Ford Motor Co that may serve as a model for talks with General Motors Corp and Chrysler. Separately, Ford said Chief Executive Alan Mulally would take a 30 percent salary ...
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