Australian Manufacturing Minister Kim Carr says GM Holden will decide its long-term manufacturing future in Australia within weeks, and Ford and Toyota are close to major investment decisions in the country. The Age newspaper in Melbourne says Carr will meet with auto industry executives in Detroit next month to urge them to guarantee the future of their operations in Australia. Carr says the three major auto makers, under increasing pressure from reduced demand for large cars, market ...
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