GM Holden Ltd. says it is preparing to make “tough decisions” on its structure and operations in coming weeks. The Australian subsidiary of General Motors Corp. tells The Age newspaper in Melbourne it expects to remain in business in part because of the A$6.2 billion ($3.9 billion) assistance given to the local auto industry by the Australian government in November. “‘We are actively looking at all aspects of the business and will be making some decisions – some of them tough decisions – ...

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