Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says GM Holden owes it to its workforce to make a decision on its future as a local manufacturer. Abbott says on Melbourne Fairfax radio 3AW he wants GM Holden to continue as a producer and the auto industry to flourish, but rules out any extra federal government assistance to the General Motors subsidiary. “I do wish that Holden would clarify their intentions because at the moment, they’ve got everyone on tenterhooks,” he says in a ...

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