Politician says auto maker has set Christmas deadline for subsidy decision.
General Motors is reported threatening to halt production in Australia if the new Coalition government does not commit to fresh subsidies within two months. The Australian Financial Review reports the new threat comes because the A$275 million ($258.1 million) in government support for GM Holden's Adelaide manufacturing operations until at least 2022 now is off the table with the defeat of the Labor government. GM Holden is concerned because the new government headed by Prime ...
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