Toyota Australia says work stoppages are costing it A$10 million ($9.8 million) a day and warns that 3,300 employees at its suppliers will be laid off this week due to the labor action. Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union and Communications Electrical Plumbing Union members are midway through another 48-hour strike in a continuing wages dispute with the auto maker. Toyota says the work stoppages at its Altona plant and Sydney and Melbourne parts warehouses are having a severe impact ...
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