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General Motors and UAW Move toward Agreement to Cut GM's Health Care Costs
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Oct. 17, 2005
Excerpt: GM has complained that rising health care and pension costs weigh on the company's bottom line. In European countries and in Japan, the home of major competitors, workers are covered by publicly funded health care programs. In addition, foreign automakers with plants in the United States typically have a younger workforce and few retirees. The UAW has failed to organize those workers. The UAW has repeatedly called for national health care.

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