Political tempers are fraying as Australia’s new Coalition government methodically prepares its next steps on the future of the country’s struggling auto-manufacturing industry. South Australian Labor Premier Jay Weatherill wants an end to “dillydallying” over GM Holden's future, saying he and the automaker’s workers are losing patience with the drawn-out process. Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane, who will visit Toyota and Ford factories this ...

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