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AT&T, Union Agree on One Pact

June 25, 1986|Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Negotiators for 76,000 long-distance phone workers and AT&T agreed today on a new contract, but disagreements over provisions covering 47,000 other employees continued to stall the settlement of a nationwide strike against the telecommunications giant.

Officials for AT&T and the Communications Workers of America said negotiators shook hands shortly after midnight on a new contract covering union members, including 36,000 operators, employed by the company's communications division.

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