Toyota Australia workers are on strike for the second time this month, with talks between their unions and the auto maker stalemated over wages. The 48-hour strike by members of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union and Electrical Trades Union has halted production, with only 400 of 3,300 employees at the Altona facility showing up for work Thursday. Another walkout is planned for next Thursday and Friday. Toyota Australia President and CEO Max Yasuda says the auto maker’s offer ...

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