CANBERRA – Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union Workers, representing employees at glass supplier Pilkington plc, want GM Holden Ltd. to reconsider its decision to import glass windscreens from Thailand beginning mid-2006. The union says the decision will cost up to 120 Australian jobs. But GM Holden says the supplier doesn’t want the business. A company spokesman says manufacturers in Thailand have the technology to provide the quality Holden is looking for.(See related story: ...

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