Mark Reuss, GM Holden Ltd. managing director, says in a letter to workers their jobs will be protected despite the loss of 30,000 Pontiac G8s exported annually to the U.S. Beleaguered parent General Motors Corp., in its latest viability plan to stave off bankruptcy, announced Monday it would phase out the Pontiac line by the end of 2010, including the high-performance G8 sedan launched in the U.S. market last year. The Australian Broadcasting Corp. revealed the letter Wednesday. ...
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