GM Holden Ltd. is tightening its belt as bargain car prices and a rising Australian dollar cut into its income. Chairman Denny Mooney warns Holden workers of tough times ahead due to continued price cuts that are placing ongoing pressure on cost-containment efforts. Holden exports Pontiac GTO to U.S. "The message we have given the employees is really about cost pressures and cost containment,” he says. “It's an issue everyone deals with in the industry." Sales and Marketing ...

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