Australia’s auto industry should prepare for lower import-car tariffs, Australian Small Business Minister Craig Emerson says in a recent speech to the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries. Emerson says the sector should plan for a decrease in government assistance and focus on innovation to ensure its viability. Former Victorian Labor Premier Steve Bracks has been appointed by the government to head an inquiry of the sector and is calling for public submissions on the review. A final ...

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