GM Holden Ltd. is turning to the World Environment Center to help launch a program to improve the environmental performance of the General Motors Corp. subsidiary and its suppliers. Alison Terry, GM Holden executive director of corporate affairs, says 17 of the auto maker’s suppliers from Victoria and South Australia have signed up to be involved in the program, which aims to promote sustainable development at every link of the supply chain in the domestic auto industry. “We certainly ...

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