American Axle CEO says could move work out of U.S.

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DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings will shift its manufacturing out of the United States if the auto parts supplier cannot reach a deal with striking workers to slash wages, the company's CEO said in a newspaper interview. "We have the flexibility to source all of our business to other locations around the world, and we have the right to do so," Chief Executive Dick Dauch, a company co-founder, told the Detroit Free Press. "We will not be forced into ...

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