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Delphi Reaches Agreement with Four Unions
(2007-08-06)
(wgvu) - DETROIT (AP) - Delphi says it's reached tentative contract
agreements with four more unions -- including one that had recently
warned of a possible strike if progress wasn't made on talks.
With the agreements, the auto parts maker continues to make
progress on its emergence from bankruptcy protection.
Delphi and the International Union of Electronic
Workers-Communications Workers of America reached a four-year
contract last night. That deal was announced yesterday by the
union.
Besides the IUE-CWA, Delphi says today it reached pacts with the
International Association of Machinists, the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the International Union of
Operating Engineers.
The agreements are subject to union ratification and approval by
bankruptcy court.
Delphi remains in talks about a deal with one more union, the
United Steelworkers. Talks are to continue this week.
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