CANBERRA – Installation work at Holden Ltd.’s new A$400 million ($242 million) V-6 engine plant temporarily was halted after workers found asbestos in a fiber-based industrial-sized gasket, which sits between pieces of machinery. A company spokesman says a worker helping assemble the production equipment imported from Japan made the find. "We'll do whatever's necessary,” says the spokesman. “However, because it's in a stable environment, we've been advised there's not a significant risk ...

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