MELBOURNE – Australia's four auto makers jointly are seeking permission to sue labor unions for damages over industrial strife at a BHP Steel plant in Victoria, which is preventing steel supplies from reaching car plants. Holden Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd., Ford Motor Co. of Australia and Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. have applied to the Industrial Relations Commission to pursue legal action against the Australian Mfg. Workers Union and the Communications, ...

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