Delphi Still Wants Consensual Deal With Unions

Law360, New York (March 28, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Delphi Corp. has reiterated its commitment to reaching a consensual agreement with its labor unions following reports that the United Auto Workers rejected a wage and benefit offer the bankrupt auto parts supplier made on March 21.

On Wednesday, a Delphi spokesman declined to comment on the widely reported revelation that UAW Vice President Carl Rapson said the union had nixed the offer, but said that offers are part of the bargaining process and that Delphi is still “keenly focused” on seeking a consensual resolution....
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