DETROIT, May 22 (Reuters) - Union workers at American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc's flagship Detroit plant voted on Thursday in the final hurdle to the ratification of a concessionary and a controversial contract that would slash wages for the auto supplier by more than a third. Voting by United Auto Workers members at the Detroit axle plant is crucial because the facility is American Axle's largest U.S. plant and it employs more than half of the union's 3,650 workers who have ...
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