Australia saw its automotive trade deficit escalate, industry productivity, quality and vehicle prices decline slightly and its aging vehicle population grow a bit older, the government's state of the industry report shows. But all in all it was a pretty positive year for the industry, with sales at record levels and exports and planned investment on the rise, the Industry, Science and Resources department points out. Here are some of the highlights from the government report (based on ...
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