GM, the nation’s largest automaker, said it would give each of its 48,000 union workers in the United States a payout of up to $9,000, a figure based on North American earnings last year but without factoring in big charges for more than 80 safety recalls.
GM, the nation’s largest automaker, said it would give each of its 48,000 union workers in the United States a payout of up to $9,000, a figure based on North American earnings last year but without factoring in big charges for more than 80 safety recalls. Paul Sancya The Associated Press
GM, the nation’s largest automaker, said it would give each of its 48,000 union workers in the United States a payout of up to $9,000, a figure based on North American earnings last year but without factoring in big charges for more than 80 safety recalls. Paul Sancya The Associated Press

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