A state government-backed committee is to investigate a plan to reinvent Australia’s vehicle-manufacturing industry by converting new cars to run on liquid petroleum gas at world-class facilities in Victoria. The proposal by the Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce and Gas Energy Australia initially would create up to 500 jobs and make use of high-end skilled labor that will be idled as conventional car manufacturing in Australia contracts. An LPG-vehicle manufacturing “center ...

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