Workers from Australian car parts supplier Coghlan-Russell Engineering Pty. Ltd. vote to accept a rescue package from Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd., preventing a widespread shutdown in the industry. Coghlan-Russell is in administration, and its 49 workers – owed A$1.9 million ($1.5 million) in entitlements – had been laid off without pay. The supplier makes parts for Ford, which also was forced to idle 400 workers Friday. It amended its production schedule to avoid a total shutdown. ...
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