ADELAIDE – Auto makers here are breathing a sigh of relief as a 12-day strike at exhaust system supplier Walker Australia ends following marathon overnight negotiations. The Australian Mfg. Workers Union and Walker parent company Tenneco Automotive Inc. agreed to end the strike, which is estimated to have cost the industry up to A$40 million ($21.5 million) a day in lost production. The strike forced three of the country's four auto makers – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd., ...

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