ADELAIDE – The Australian Mfg. Workers Union, warning that more disputes within the industry are likely over the issue of workers' entitlements, has called for an industry-wide summit to deal with the issue. The call for action follows a 12-day strike at exhaust systems supplier Walker Australia – a unit of Tenneco Automotive Inc. – estimated to have cost the country's four auto makers millions of dollars in lost production. (see related story: Automakers Set to Resume Production as Strike ...

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