By on April 7, 2008
axle-a04.jpgThe Detroit News reports American Axle's Richard Dauch and the UAW's Ron Gettelfinger are meeting today to discuss their differences. It'll be the first time since early March that the two sides have met at the negotiating table. Neither side will say what they're going to discuss but some union members and labor experts think it signals a thaw in the negotiations. But then again, that's what experts said last week when American handed over financial documents the UAW had been demanding. Saturday, the union negotiators studying the documents went home, stating the information provided was still inadequate. In the meantime 30 GM plants remain either partially or completely shut down, at least until they "find " more parts to restart production. 
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