EXCLUSIVE: AUSTRALIA: New strike threat at Holden
General Motors' affiliate Holden and auto unions will go before Australia's Industrial Relations Commission tomorrow (Tuesday) in a bid to settle stalled enterprise bargaining negotiations, writes Mike Duffy. Several key issues are still to be resolved before the company is prepared to begin talks on pay increases.
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