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United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger on Tuesday decided to temporarily end discussions with General Motors on creating a voluntary employees' beneficiary association that would shift retiree health care liabilities to the union, citing a gap of billions of dollars between the automaker's proposed funding and the union's desired amount, the Wall Street Journal reports. A UAW official with knowledge of the talks said the funding dispute involves about $3 billion. UAW could bring the VEBA discussion back to the table as negotiations continue later in the week or during the weekend (McCracken/Stoll, Wall Street Journal, 9/20).

UAW, General Motors Temporarily Table Health Care Trust Negotiations After Five-Day Deadlock On Issue


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