CANBERRA – General Motor Corp. plans to merge its two wholly owned subsidiary operations in Australia – Saab Automobile Australia Pty. Ltd. and Holden Ltd. into a single business entity Jan. 1. The integrated organization will be called Holden Ltd. and will be housed in Holden's new headquarters in Port Melbourne, once construction is completed in the first half of next year. A Holden spokesman says the local integration is consistent with GM's global approach to Saab Automobile ...
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