GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux is named to a government task force that will map out a vision for the future of Australia’s manufacturing sector. Innovation, Industry, Science and Research Minister Kim Carr says the aim is to strengthen local firms, including automotive, as they adapt to changes in the nation’s economy and the rise of Asia. “We want to see the sector move up the value chain,” Carr says. “To do this we need to build the skills and innovation that ...

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