Australia's Victoria state government is backing a parts manufacturer seeking to end a strike that threatens to halt production at GM Holden and Ford. Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations Richard Dalla-Riva says the government is supporting an application to Fair Work Australia by components maker DAIR Industries to end a dispute that also is jeopardizing supplies of parts to Toyota and truck maker Kenworth. Fair Work Australia is the independent national ...

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