CANBERRA – Australian car makers need to regain their share of domestic vehicle sales to secure their future. So says John Conomos, senior executive vice president-Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd., who insists importers are increasing market share at the expense of local auto makers. Australian new car sales are increasing, but demand for locally produced vehicles basically remained unchanged last year. Importers now have a 70% market share in Australia, double the 35% they held in ...
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