Contract negotiations between the United Auto Workers union and American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. inched closer to an agreement today, but sources tell Ward’s a deal that would end a 2-month strike at the parts supplier isn’t likely before early next week. “Negotiations are continuing,” says AAM spokeswoman Renee Rogers. “We’re progressing and moving forward.” About 3,650 UAW-represented workers at AAM plants in Michigan and New York walked off the job Feb. 26 after the two sides ...
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