General Motors Corp.’s offer to contribute $200 million toward resolving a United Auto Workers union strike at parts supplier American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. spurs the two sides closer to a new contract, but the auto maker continues to wrestle with labor unrest at its own manufacturing facilities. Sources tell Ward’s UAW bargainers were scheduled to meet today to discuss a comprehensive offer AAM drew up earlier this week. The proposal includes GM’s $200 million contribution, ...
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