General Motors Corp. stands to lose more than 6,000 units of production for every day a parts shortage continues to either idle or slow work at the auto maker’s U.S. assembly plants, according to Ward’s data. Ten GM production sites have been added to those affected by a United Auto Workers union strike at American Axle & Mfg. Holdings Inc. A total of 19 plants and 27,000 hourly employees now are affected by the resulting shutdown at American Axle, a major supplier of driveline and ...
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