South Australia Premier Jay Weatherill says GM Holden is in a “very dangerous” situation as a result of the promotion and pending departure of Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux. Weatherill tells the Australian Broadcasting Corp. that Devereux’s transfer to China at the end of the year will make negotiations over the future of Australian vehicle production more difficult. The Australian government is waiting for a report from the Productivity ...

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