MELBOURNE – Further tariff cuts without reciprocal reductions from trading partners will put Australia’s A$17 million ($9 million) auto industry at serious risk, Ken Asano, Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. president, tells the government’s Productivity Commission. "We concede that specific support can ultimately be wound back, but only in line with that in other countries competing for automotive investment," Asano is quoted in a published report as telling the commission at a hearing on ...
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