(Adds negotiations resuming, 2nd paragraph, edits) By Karen Padley and Tom Brown CHICAGO/DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Thousands of unionized workers protesting a new wage and benefit contract at American Axle & Manufacturing went on strike at six U.S. plants on Thursday, crippling operations at the auto parts supplier. Contract talks between American Axle and the United Auto Workers union resumed at about 2 p.m. EST, however, after breaking off when the work stoppage began after a ...
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