MELBOURNE – Workers at Pilkington Automotive’s Victoria plant here voted to accept a new contract and end a 5-day strike that had threatened to cut glass supplies to three of Australia's four auto makers. Talks between the company and the Australian Workers' Union (AWU) ended the deadlock, with Pilkington agreeing to resolve future industrial issues using the powers of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (see related story: Glass Workers Vote on Contract). AWU ...
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