The Australian government is funding an attempt by the country’s parts makers to enter the North American automotive supply chain. Industry Minister Kim Carr says a A$468,038 ($313,878) grant is being given to Team Australia Automotive, a group of suppliers and government agencies that promote the country’s automotive supply capability by marketing their products and intellectual property. TAA is coordinated by the Industry Capability Network Ltd. and consists of Austrade, Victorian and ...

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