MELBOURNE – Australian auto makers may have dodged a bullet with a tentative agreement in the Pilkington Automotive glass strike. The dispute had the potential to cripple Australia's car industry. Holden Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. rely on Pilkington for windscreens and car windows. Ford Motor Co. Australia gets its autoglass from China. Workers were schedule to vote on a proposed contract today, July 16 (see related story: ...

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