GM Holden Ltd. says its new VE Commodore due for release next year is running late because of development problems. "We've reset the date, but I don't want to talk specifics," Chairman and Managing Director Denny Mooney tells The Melbourne Age newspaper in an interview during a visit to South Korea. "With all the difficulties that we had in the assembly plant last year, we were going to do some tooling this July but we've put it off and will close down for longer next December because we ...
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