By David Bailey THREE RIVERS, Mich, May 19 (Reuters) - Union members at an American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings plant in southwestern Michigan are likely to approve a contract that would end a three-month strike by granting the supplier deep concessions, the local bargaining chairman said on Monday. Workers represented by the United Auto Workers in Three Rivers, Michigan could even break ranks with the company's other remaining plants and return to work if locals in Detroit and ...
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