Amer. Axle seeks replacement workers amid strike


DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc has advertised to hire replacement workers amid a five-week-old strike by about 3,650 staff represented by the United Auto Workers union that has shut down production at dozens of North American auto plants. In newspaper advertisements in Michigan and New York-based local newspapers on Sunday, American Axle said it was seeking factory workers for its plants in Detroit, Three Rivers, Michigan and the Buffalo, New ...

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