Building Cruze locally injects A$230 million a year into Australian economy.
Australia can be part of “the golden age of manufacturing,” but only if the auto industry continues to receive government funding, a top automotive official says. Mike Devereux, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries president and GM Holden chairman and managing director, tells the National Press Club in Canberra the current level of government assistance is not enough to attract the next round of long-term investment from automotive parent companies in the U.S. and ...
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