MELBOURNE -- Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. President Geoff Polites says he fears the Australian government may be planning to impose an advertising code on car makers. His comments come amid increased concern over an emphasis on speed in some car advertising. A Toyota Corolla ad featuring fast and aggressive driving recently was pulled after protests from safety groups. Australia’s Advertising Standards Bureau also has received complaints about "wild driving" in a Holden Ltd. TV ...
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