CANBERRA – A proposed trade agreement with the U.S. would open new export opportunities for Australian auto makers, says Australia’s Federal Trade Minister Mark Vaile. Monaro (Pontiac GTO) marks “coming of age” for Holden Ltd. in U.S. Speaking at a wharfside ceremony marking the departure of the first shipment of 400 Holden Monaros to the U.S. – badged as Pontiac GTOs – he tells the media that if tariff barriers could be reduced, it would broaden the range of vehicle exports to ...

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