Australia hopes to at least double its automotive exports to the U.S. in the next two to three years, says Ian Grigg, Australia's special automotive envoy. In 1999, Australia's automotive manufacturers and suppliers did about $432 million in business to the U.S., Australia's single-largest export market, up 24.3% over 1998, says Mr. Grigg, who was in Dearborn last week for an exhibition of some 25 members of the Australian automotive components, tooling and design and development sectors. ...
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