EXCLUSIVE: AUSTRALIA: GM's Holden faces second strike threat
Enterprise bargaining negotiations between Australian General Motors affiliate Holden and car workers' unions ended in deadlock today, opening up the threat of a second strike within a month, writes Mike Duffy. Two days of talks between 40 union officials and shop stewards and company negotiators broke up without reaching agreement.
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