CANBERRA – Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane warns Australia's car industry has reached a "low-water mark," below which it cannot survive. On the eve of his trip to Tokyo to seek greater Australian involvement in global supply chains, Macfarlane tells the Melbourne Age newspaper the country's domestic auto makers – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd., GM Holden Ltd., Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. and Toyota Motor Corp Australia Ltd. – have an obligation to use Australian-made ...
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