CANBERRA – The Australian government will meet with automotive parts companies as well as auto makers over growing fears supply contracts will be moved to lower cost countries. Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane will chair the hastily called meetings with the parts companies and then talk with officials from GM Holden Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd., all of which are due to release locally built cars in the next 12 months. Replacement for ...

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