Ford Australia tells a state inquiry an end to direct government grants to the automotive industry could be damaging to the sector and the economy. The warning comes in a written submission to a Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission inquiry into manufacturing. “Ford Australia believes this approach is potentially flawed and could cost Victoria important new investment opportunities,” writes Elly Haug, government liaison manager for Ford. “A co-investment model of investment ...
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