(Reuters) – The United Auto Workers union said a new comprehensive offer made by General Motors Co (NYSE:) late Monday to end a two-week-old strike was not acceptable and said it had made a new counterproposal.
UAW vice president Terry Dittes said in a letter to members “there are many important issues that remain unresolved.” The union is awaiting GM’s next proposal. He said GM’s offer came up short on many issues.
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