Coalition ministers say Holden “doesn't want to be saved.”
The Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce says talks on the future of the Australian auto industry should focus on how – not if – the sector can be retained. The chamber, representing more than 5,000 businesses in the auto repair, service and retail sector in the state of Victoria, says Victoria Premier Denis Napthine and South Australian state Premier Jay Weatherill will meet Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday. It wants the discussions to focus on how Australia can ...
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