The future of local manufacturing in Australia’s auto industry roars back onto the front pages as the engineers’ union launches a campaign to save production and engineering jobs at GM Holden. The Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, which is negotiating a new contract with General Motors’ Australian subsidiary, hints the jobs will be lost next year. Spokesman Chris Walton tells the Australian Broadcasting Corp. that senior GM Holden management confirm it is ...
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