The chance Toyota will remain a local vehicle manufacturer has become dimmer with the Australia’s Productivity Commission’s latest report concluding arguments supporting public subsidies for the industry are weak and the wider community would be better off if government aid ended Deputy Chairman Mike Woods says the commission’s draft proposal recommends no further industry-specific funding beyond 2020. “The commission opposes a supplementary rescue package for Toyota ...

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