A strike at parts supplier American Axle Mfg. & Holding Inc. continues to idle or slow production at some General Motors Corp. manufacturing sites, but facilities that supply components to some of the auto maker’s newest vehicles so far are not in the crosshairs. GM began idling plants on Feb. 28, two days after the United Auto Workers union struck AAM, a supplier of driveline and chassis components mostly to GM pickups and SUVs. The strike, which now extends into two weeks, followed ...
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