GM Holden calls a report it is demanding an additional A$265 million ($244 million) to continue manufacturing in Australia “purely speculative,” but it stops short of an outright denial. The Australian reports the auto maker wants the money on top of A$275 million ($253.2 million) already committed by the federal government and two state governments, South Australia and Victoria. The newspaper says GM Holden wants to complete the deal with the federal government before the ...

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