Negotiations between American Axle Mfg. & Holdings Inc. and the United Auto Workers union gain momentum heading into the weekend, but the two sides remain far apart on a massive wage concession the supplier says it needs to remain competitive. AAM workers in Michigan and New York walked off the job Feb. 26 after the company demanded wage rollbacks. Union officials from the regions will travel to Detroit this weekend to meet with UAW bargainers for the first time since negotiations ...
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