GM Holden unveils Australia’s only locally built small car, the Cruze, with Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux paying tribute to the federal and South Australian governments for their support in bringing General Motors’ global compact car to life Down Under. The irony looms large at Holden Vehicle Operations (HVO) in Elizabeth, South Australia, because the Cruze localization program received a grant of A$149 million ($152 million) from the federal government’s now canceled Green ...
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