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Auto workers stand outside the Wentzville GM plant on Tuesday morning. They've been on strike since Sept. 15. (Oct. 15, 2019)
Carolina Hidalgo | St. Louis Public Radio

WENTZVILLE — The United Auto Workers announced Wednesday it has reached a tentative agreement with General Motors. 

The details of the tentative agreement, which GM confirmed, will not be made public until at the earliest after a meeting of the union’s National General Motors Council in Detroit. 

Provided | UAW Local 2250

General Motors and the United Automobile Workers remain at the bargaining table as 49,000 union members strike nationwide.

About 4,500 workers are represented by UAW Local 2250 at the Wentzville assembly plant, where they produce Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize trucks and Chevy Express and GMC Savana work vans. 

Updated at 5:10 p.m. ET Monday

Talks between General Motors and union officials representing tens of thousands of striking autoworkers restarted Monday in hopes of driving both sides to an agreement on issues including workers' wages, health care and profit-sharing.

After several hours, union officials representing nearly 50,000 workers acknowledge negotiations remain in neutral.