Locally made GM Holden products face uphill battle against imports.
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. is reporting GM Holden has decided to end manufacturing in Australia as early as 2016. Citing unnamed senior government ministers, ABC says it was told the announcement was to be made this week but has been put off until early next year. Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane tells the government-owned broadcaster he has spoken with GM Holden since the ABC report was broadcast and the General Motors subsidiary has denied the reports. ABC quotes GM Holden as saying ...
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