CANBERRA, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Australian carmaker GM Holden, a division of U.S. manufacturer General Motors, on Thursday said it would cut up to 140 jobs from its Adelaide car plant in the latest of a series of job losses in Australia's automotive industry. The job cuts come a week after the Australian arm of Japanese carmaker Toyota Motor Corp cut 350 jobs at its Melbourne operations due to an ongoing downturn in production, blaming the high Australian dollar. GM Holden's managing director, ...
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