Contract negotiations between auto parts supplier American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. and the United Auto Workers union reached a deadlock Monday, but the two sides are expected to return to the bargaining table tomorrow. The UAW, which ordered more than 3,600 AAM workers to walk off the job at plants in Detroit and New York more than two weeks ago, is fighting to maintain employment in the U.S. AAM says it can no longer operate its business competitively under rules and agreements ...
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