Prime minister says export markets could save local Toyota production.
An Australian court orders Toyota to cancel a scheduled worker vote on whether to change their employment conditions. Federal Court Justice Mordy Bromberg ruled Toyota’s plan to alter its 2011 contract with employees at its Altona assembly plant breached that agreement and the Fair Work Act. Bromberg upheld an injunction sought by the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union. Toyota Australia is considering its options, including whether to appeal the decision. Tomorrow’s vote ...
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