GM Holden says its workers have made concessions to keep local vehicle production in Australia, and now it’s up to the federal government to devise a clear and consistent policy for the industry. The General Motors subsidiary says its workforce voted by a strong majority to accept changes to its contract that will save the auto maker A$15 million ($13.8 million) a year. Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux says Australians consistently make GM Holden’s locally ...

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