CANBERRA – Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane again calls the Big Four domestic auto makers to a meeting to pressure them to stop sending supplier contracts offshore. The second industry summit recently held in Canberra, the nation’s capitol, included the Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers, representing the country's car-parts makers. (See related story: Australian Suppliers Face Tough Times Ahead) Also at the summit was Air International, a Futuris Corp. ...

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