The United Auto Workers union and General Motors Corp reached a tentative contract, ending a national strike by 73,000 workers with a groundbreaking deal that included a health-care trust fund


Wednesday 26th September 2007

The United Auto Workers union and General Motors Corp reached a tentative contract, ending a national strike by 73,000 workers with a groundbreaking deal that included a health-care trust fund. The Voluntary Employee Beneficiary Association (VEBA) was administered by the union and took on some $51 billion in health-care liabilities.


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