ADELAIDE — Holden Ltd. is considering producing another model in Australia to guarantee its long-term survival. Peter Hanenberger, Holden chairman and managing director, says that he is looking to increase the capacity of the company's Adelaide manufacturing plant. One option is for a model with a different body using the Commodore, but he had no firm thoughts on what form it would take. “We have to grow here,” he tells a local newspaper. “I believe that we have to stay strong, very ...

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