Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is looking to resume production by Aug. 30 after the Australian Industrial Relations Commission grants a 1-week suspension of bargaining for one of the auto maker’s strike-bound parts suppliers. Ford last week laid off 1,850 assembly line and engine workers after a strike by more than 200 workers from plastic-parts supplier Venture Industries Australia Pty. Ltd. over a row about A$25 million ($21 million) in layoff entitlements. Ford uses a wide range of ...

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