The Australian Mfg. Workers Union is calling on the government to do more to save auto industry jobs. “The federal government needs to be more actively involved in supporting the manufacturing industry,” an AMWU spokesman is quoted as saying in a published report. “Redundancies associated with 4-cyl. production (are) because we haven't had the level of investment in plant and equipment technology domestically that we needed,” he says. In recent months, both GM Holden Ltd. and Ford ...

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