ADELAIDE –The country's four auto makers reportedly have sent a letter to the Australian Mfg. Workers Union threatening legal action in an attempt to recover losses in connection with recent strike actions. "I think the unions know it was a big step for the industry to get to the point of actually sending a letter signed by the four CEOs and then take it through to court action," one OEM executive says in a published report. "Once that letter was on the record, we had no choice. You don't ...

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