AutoAlliance (Thailand) Co. Ltd. has ended a week-long lockout of workers in a pay dispute, but simmering tensions remain as the labor union warns vehicles being built at the plant could have quality problems. The Ford Motor Co.-Mazda Motor Corp. joint-venture operation says in a statement it has resumed production after most employees across all divisions accept new pay and bonus terms. The auto maker does not say how many of its 2,200 permanent staff have returned to work. Employees ...

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