Experts are divided on the potential gains facing American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. if it were to pull out of the U.S. to escape the United Auto Workers union. Richard Dauch, founder of the Tier I supplier, stoked rhetoric between his company and striking UAW workers this week by threatening to move his manufacturing operations elsewhere. AAM workers in Michigan and New York walked off the job Feb. 26 after the supplier demanded wage rollbacks of up to $14 an hour. Dauch says the ...
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