Holden Ltd. says parts suppliers will have to rethink their operations in order to keep pace with rapidly shortening new vehicle development times. Holden aims to slash development times. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Peter Hanenberger urged its supply base to make such changes at the launch of the auto maker’s new research and development center. With an annual budget of A$10 million ($6.5 million), Holden Innovation will employ psychologists, economists, ...

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