Victoria Industry Minister Theo Theophanous reportedly is in the U.S. this month for talks with auto makers about rising job losses in the Australian state. His goal is to provide the U.S. chiefs of GM Holden Ltd. and Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. their first face-to-face briefing on the federal government’s controversial recommendation to proceed with a cut in vehicle tariffs to 5% from 10% in 2010, he says in a published report. “(General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co.) have got to ...

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