GM Holden Ltd. says production at its Australian assembly operations is not at immediate risk, despite yet another one of its suppliers facing bankruptcy. Adelaide-based Irons Engineering Pty. Ltd. makes seats, shock absorbers and transmission components and supplies five different parts for Holden vehicles. "We have enough parts so as not to delay production," a GM Holden spokeswoman says. Finding an alternative supplier is just one of a number of options being considered. ...

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