GM Holden Ltd. receives A$13.4 million ($10.2 million) in government funding to introduce safety- and fuel-management improvements and further reduce greenhouse gas emissions on its Commodore rear-wheel-drive vehicle range. Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane says the money – half from the federal government and the other half from the Victoria and South Australian state governments – will support research and development, as well as training to allow re-engineering on selected ...
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