With an election looming later this year, Australiaâ€™s opposition Labor Party â€“ which holds a strong lead in the polls â€“ vows that if elected, it will conduct an inquiry into all issues affecting the competitiveness of the domestic auto industry. Sen. Kim Carr, the Labor spokesman for industry, innovation, science and research says in the Melbourne Age newspaper Australian auto makers have to meet new challenges. The Labor Party has promised a government investment of A$500 million ($436 ...
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