MELBOURNE, July 29 (Reuters) - Australian car manufacturers have urged an inquiry into assistance for the industry against setting a deadline for dropping tariffs to five percent. The Federal Government has frozen tariffs on auto imports at 15 percent until 2005, when they will drop to 10 percent, and is reviewing future arrangements for the industry. The Productivity Commission held public hearings on the issue in Melbourne on Monday after releasing a preliminary report last month ...
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