CANBERRA – GM Holden Ltd. plans to hire 70 staff as it significantly expands its Melbourne design center to create vehicles for General Motors Corp. markets around the world. The expansion will make Holden’s global design operation GM’s third largest behind its Detroit and German centers. Local staff will increase from 107 to 176 as GM Holden assumes key global roles in the design and engineering of GM cars outside the Australian market. Holden Monaro basis for Pontiac GTO. Ed ...

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