Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. sends 2,000 workers home after a weeklong strike by union employees at Huon Corp., which supplies the auto maker with weather strips for car doors and windows. A Ford spokeswoman tells reporters workers at the auto maker’s Melbourne plant currently are receiving 60% pay but will not be paid beyond Monday if the strike continues. Ford is considering sending staff home from its plant in Geelong, Victoria, as well. Huon’s three plants supply parts to Ford, ...

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