September 21, 2012 / 1:37 AM / 6 years ago

GM, Canadian Auto Workers union reach tentative deal

TORONTO (Reuters) - The Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) union has reached a tentative deal with General Motors Co (GM.N), CAW President Ken Lewenza told a press conference on Thursday, avoiding a strike that could have disrupted the company’s North American production.

The union had said earlier on Thursday it would be set to serve General Motors Co (GM.N) with 24-hour strike notice later in the day if ongoing negotiations could not make progress on several contract issues.

Reporting by Allison Martell and Jeffrey Hodgson; Editing by Eric Meijer

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