(Adds detail on voting in eighth paragraph) By Soyoung Kim and Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, May 19 (Reuters) - Union workers at American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc on Monday began voting a quandary -- approve a contentious contract that cuts wages by more than a third, or reject it and risk losing even more. The United Auto Workers and Detroit-based supplier American Axle reached a tentative contract agreement late on Friday aimed at ending a 3-month-old strike that has idled ...
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