CANBERRA – Major problems with a production line upgrade at Holden Ltd.’s plant is causing the General Motor Corp.’s subsidiary the loss of thousands of vehicle sales. The Melbourne Age newspaper says in an exclusive report that the waiting lists for some Holden models, including the flagship Commodore, now stretches to more than two months, “with the company forced to triage its model range to restore order to the line.” Holden declines to confirm reports from suppliers that in one day ...

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