GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux is named to a government task force that will map out a vision for the future of Australiaâ€™s manufacturing sector. Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Minister Kim Carr says the aim is to strengthen local firms, including automotive, as they adapt to changes in the nationâ€™s economy and the rise of Asia. â€śWe want to see the sector move up the value chain,â€ť Carr says. â€śTo do this we need to build the skills and innovation that ...
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