SYDNEY – General Motors Corp., subsidiary Holden Ltd. announces plans for a A$6 million ($3.4 million) research and development hub in Melbourne and says the federal government should force the development of more environmentally friendly cars. Chairman and Managing Director Peter Hanenberger says in a published report here that the new Holden Innovation Center, with a workforce of 20, plans to work on the development of new products, manufacturing technology and concept vehicles. ...
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