CANBERRA – The Australian auto industry faces renewed disruption after workers at glass supplier Pilkington Automotive's Victoria plant walk out after contract talks break down. Pilkington supplies glass for the automotive industry The Australian Mfg. Workers Union (AWU) is seeking a 6% annual wage increase for the next three years for the 150 employees at the glass maker's Victoria facility. But Pilkington only will concede a 9% hike over 27 months. The union also wants a ...

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