A new report into the state of the Australian automotive industry says it is time to stop the wringing of hands over the end of local vehicle assembly and to set the record straight. Auto Skills Australia says vehicle manufacturing is only 13% of the country’s auto industry, and the other 87% – sales, service and repairs – is brimming with opportunity. The government-funded group, responsible for the development and maintenance of nationally accredited automotive-training ...
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