GM Holden Ltd. reportedly is awaiting news from parent General Motors Corp. about the future of its export program to the U.S. The auto maker ships the Australian-built Commodore, billed as the Pontiac G8, to the U.S. But with the ongoing sales slump there, only some 13,000 units have been sold, leaving GM with an inventory of 11,000 vehicles. The Australian newspaper says the export program is in jeopardy as GM considers ending the Pontiac brand or reducing it to niche status, as the ...

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