By David Bailey DETROIT, May 21 (Reuters) - A proposed contract that would slash union wages at American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc faces a crucial vote on Thursday at the company's flagship Detroit plant after indications that smaller U.S. facilities had endorsed the concessionary pact. The ratification would end a three-month strike at American Axle, one of the longest in the 73-year history of the United Auto Workers, that forced General Motors Corp to lay off thousands of ...
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