The global financial crisis claims two of Australia’s largest vehicle financiers. Queensland-based GMAC Financial Services LLC announces it will not write any new business after Dec. 31, and GE Capital Finance Australasia Pty Ltd. (GE Money) says it will end vehicle financing in Australia and New Zealand. Holden, Ford, Toyota, Mazda and Audi are among the brands backed by GE Money, whose website says it has financed more than 200,000 car buyers over the last 10 years. Victoria-based GE ...

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