A strike by workers at Huon Corp.’s three supplier plants threatens to halt production of GM Holden Ltd.'s newly launched ’06 VE Commodore. The workers are striking for back wages and other compensation owed them. They claim Huon, which bought the plants from Nylex Corp. Pty. Ltd. in December, stripped the company of A$10 million ($7.5 million) of assets before placing it into voluntary administration in June. The factories make air intake hoses, steering column covers, rubber seals and ...

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