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STATEMENT REGARDING TENTATIVE AGREEMENT REACHED AT GM NORTH AMERICAN TRUCK PLATFORMS SHREVEPORT ASSEMBLY PLANT

 PONTIAC, Mich., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- GM North American Truck Platforms today released the following spokesperson statement (attributable to Linda Cook or Mary Ann Tyler, NATP Public Affairs) in response to media inquiries regarding a tentative agreement reached at GM North American Truck Platforms' Shreveport (La.) Assembly plant:
 Officials at GM North American Truck Platforms' Shreveport Assembly plant and UAW Local 2166 reached a tentative agreement at 1:45 a.m. CST Sunday, Jan. 16 on issues they have been negotiating since work stopped in the plant at 10 a.m. CST on Jan. 11, 1994.
 The tentative agreement is equitable for both GM and the UAW. It continues to support our needs in managing the facility to meet competitive targets as well as addressing the concerns of the work force.
 As is customary, GM will not release details of the tentative agreement. The strike was unfortunate, however, we were able to resolve these local issues and now we will resume our focus on building trucks and serving our customers.
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 /CONTACT: Linda Cook (at home) 810-333-2313 or Mary Ann Tyler, 810-661-4544 (at home), both of GM North American Truck Platforms/
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