Australia’s Productivity Commission is expected to make public by month’s end a report examining the potential economy-wide effects of future assistance options for the country’s automotive industry. The modeling of eight possible scenarios was requested by former Victorian Premier Steve Bracks, who now leads the industry-review panel. “The policy options cover the gamut of possible automotive assistance arrangements,” Bracks says in a letter to Competition Minister Chris Bowen. They ...
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