General Motors does a U-turn and decides it will not sell its iconic Lang Lang Proving Ground when it ends Australian production in 2017, saying it will continue to be used to tune Holden vehicles for the country’s demanding local conditions. Stefan Jacoby, GM executive vice president and president-GM International Operations, traveled to Australia to make the announcement, saying GM Holden will retain its uniquely Australian character now and into the future. “Whether it’s ...

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