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UAW AND NAVISTAR REACH TENTATIVE AGREEMENT

 DETROIT, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The UAW and Navistar International Corporation (NYSE: NAV) have reached tentative agreement on a new contract covering approximately 7,600 UAW-represented production, maintenance and clerical workers. Details of the tentative agreement are being withheld pending ratification meetings scheduled for this weekend at 11 UAW local unions in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio and Texas.
 Although the previous agreement was not scheduled to expire until Oct. 1, 1993, the parties agreed to conduct early negotiations as part of an effort to maintain the viability of the corporation. An earlier agreement in December 1992 provided a new framework for the payment of retiree health and insurance benefits, while providing greater input for the UAW.
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 /CONTACT: Reg McGhee of UAW, 313-926-5291/
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CO: United Auto Workers; Navistar International Corporation ST: Michigan, Illinois IN: AUT SU:

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