Australian auto makers are looking to exports to make up for declining domestic sales of locally built vehicles. Domestic production last year is estimated to have reached 321,291 units, down 17.8% from 391,041 in 2005, Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers figures show. Within this, domestic sales fell 25.7% to 193,152 units and exports dropped 6.3% to 133,000 units, the FAPM data indicates. This would put Australian production last year at its lowest level in more than a ...
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