The Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce calls for more government support to quash any chance of GM Holden production being moved out of Australia. The leading auto-industry organization in the Australian state, representing 5,000 employees in the retail, service and repair sectors, says more government aid to local manufacturers will ensure the industry’s long-term success. The call for stepped-up government aid follows news reports suggesting GM Holden’s Commodore in the future ...
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