More than 3,300 Toyota Australia workers walk off the job at the auto maker’s Altona Plant in Melbourne in the first of four 24-hour strikes over pay upgrades, leaving production at a standstill. The Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union tells the Australian Associated Press another three weeks of Thursday/Friday stoppages are planned. The labor action is affecting production of the 4-cyl. Camry, Hybrid Camry and 6-cyl. Aurion models that are built at a rate of 559 cars a day. The ...

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