GM Holden Ltd. says it can’t guarantee vehicle production beyond the end of this week after the collapse of a deal to save Australian component maker Ajax Engineered Fasteners in Melbourne. A rescue package for Ajax, which supplies more than 120 different parts to GM Holden and the country’s other three domestic auto makers, was agreed to this summer after the firm went into voluntary administration, similar to bankruptcy in the U.S. Ajax, which supplies nuts and bolts for use in ...
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