The Australian government introduces legislation to implement the A$3.4 billion ($2.7 billion) Automotive Transformation Scheme that comprises the center of its A$6.2 billion ($4.97 billion) New Car Plan for a Greener Future program. Industry Minister Kim Carr says the new scheme is better targeted and will boost the development of new skills. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced the A$6.2 billion plan last November, saying the aim is to make the automotive industry more economically and ...

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