Australian Industry Minister Kim Carr is leading a delegation trying to sell auto parts to China, while Trade Minister Simon Crean tries to free four Rio Tinto Ltd. workers arrested for espionage after a Chinese buy-in of 18% of the Australian company failed. “China is a key market for the future of Australia’s automotive industry,” Carr says in a statement. “We will deliver the message that Australia has the auto design and engineering expertise – including new and green technologies – to ...
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