CANBERRA – A recent parts supplier strike forced Holden Ltd. to stop production for a day at its car plant in Adelaide, resulting in more than A$20 million ($14 million) in lost production. Air International, which supplies car seats, air conditioning units, carpets and mats to Holden, recently was hit by a strike on its afternoon shift. Workers have ended the walkout and continue to negotiate a new contract. VZ Commodore production held up. The walkout was sparked when Air ...

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