CANBERRA – A proposed Australia-China free-trade agreement (FTA) may have serious repercussions for the Australian automotive and components industry, New York-based advisory firm KPMG LLP says in a new report. The study concludes the many trade agreements being put into place across Asia may spark a major shift in the makeup of the region's automotive and components markets. (See related story: FTA Talks With China Must Benefit Oz Auto Industry) Smaller components makers and domestic ...
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