DETROIT, May 22 (Reuters) - Union workers at an American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc plant in Three Rivers, Michigan, voted overwhelmingly to ratify a contract to end a nearly three-month strike by the United Auto Workers, a union official said on Thursday. About 80 percent of the workers represented by UAW Local 2093, who voted supported ratification of the contract and nearly all of the roughly 800 workers at the plant cast ballots, local bargaining chairman David Morris said. ...
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