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General Motors bailout czar downplayed role in Delphi union pension deal

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President Obama's General Motors bailout team ultimately made the decision to "top up" the pensions of United Auto Workers employees at General Delphi, GM's former chief parts supplier, but not the pensions of nonunion salaried workers --- leaving almost 20,000 workers short by as much as 70 percent of their retirement benefits. "It was Treasury who made the decision on the collective...

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