CANBERRA – The Australian auto industry – built around large cars – quickly has gone from delivering strong results under the government-assistance plan to looking shaky, Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. Executive Director John Conomos says. "The structural adjustment has been so rapid, it has caught everybody by its timing," he tells The Melbourne Age newspaper. The share of the market held by large and medium cars has fallen to 31% from 41% five years ago, when Toyota decided to ...

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