CANBERRA – There is potential bad news for the Australian auto industry, with a recent international survey showing consumers will be opting for fuel-efficient, low-cost cars and hybrid-electric vehicles ahead of SUVs and luxury cars over the next five years. The New York-based international advisory firm KPMG LLP‘ s annual survey is based on interviews with 140 senior executives at vehicle manufacturers and automotive suppliers around the globe. One question asked executives was which ...

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