CANBERRA – The Australian government reportedly is considering cutting vehicle tariffs to less than 10% after 2005. The tariffs, currently set at 15%, are slated to fall to 10% in 2005. "We are looking at the post-2005 arrangements at the moment," Treasurer Peter Costello says in a published report. "If we can continue to have a profitable, world competitive car industry, we will be examining the options." Holden's CEO Peter Hanenberger. Holden is one of several automakers that ...
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