With the American Axle and Manufacturing (AAM) strike that began on 26 February finally ending, General Motors' finance department got out the abacus and calculated that the stoppages both at some of its own plants (over in-house issues that needed settling with local United Auto Workers branches) and at several key AAM plants would cost it about US$2bn pre-tax in the second quarter.
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