Auto makers win their battle to have Australia’s two rival major auto shows in Sydney and Melbourne merged into one event. Both shows recently have suffered from absenteeism, as auto makers are opting to display at just one event, or not at all. Some car companies estimate it costs them about A$1 million ($638,605) to exhibit at each event. Following more than a year of discussions, the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries, which organized the Australian International Motor Show in ...

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