A deal to rescue an Australian car parts maker falls apart over A$250,000 ($190,785) and days of intensive talks end in a stalemate, leaving the country’s domestic auto makers facing an imminent shutdown if they can’t source components elsewhere. GM Holden Ltd., which just launched production of its all new A$1 billion ($763,000) VE Commodore series, says it is scouring General Motors Corp.’s worldwide operations to find alternatives. "It's expensive,” a spokesman tells reporters. ...

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