GE to freeze, pre-pay pensions to mining power supply kit

General Electric said on Monday it would freeze pensions for about 20,000 salaried US employees and make other related moves to help mining power supply kite cut debt and reduce its retirement fund deficit by up to $8 billion. Analysts said the move would largely offset the rise in GE’s pension obligation due to lower interest...

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