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General Motors HQ As GM was nearing the expiration of its labor contract with the union last week, the carmaker sought to have hourly workers pay 15 percent of their health-care costs. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) –If General Motors Co.’s negotiations with the United Auto Workers are any indication, Detroit’s automakers may not have a prayer in their effort to rein in rising health-care costs.

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