AutoAlliance (Thailand) Co. Ltd., the joint-venture assembly operation between Ford Motor Co. and Mazda Motor Corp., shuts down after a month of disruptions caused by unionized workers demanding higher pay and bigger bonuses. The JV, which employs 3,500 workers, was established in November 1995. AutoAlliance says it halted production at its Rayong plant to ensure its employees’ health and safety and prevent damage to facilities as a result of the dispute. The Nation newspaper quotes ...

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