Australia’s top auto makers are demanding the Labor government reinstate the A$500 million ($506 million) Green Car Innovation Fund. The industry was surprised last month when the government abruptly canceled the program to help pay recovery costs after massive floods across Queensland cause billions of dollars in damages. In a letter to Prime Minister Julia Gillard, the auto makers say the government breached written agreements when it cut the funding scheme. The letter was sent by ...

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