General Motors fires a dramatic warning shot across the bow of the minority Australian federal Labor government, with GM Holden’s top executive saying the U.S. parent may decide to quit Australia. GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux tells the Australian Financial Review newspaper the iconic auto maker’s manufacturing future is in doubt because of the unstable political situation and sovereign-risk issues following cuts to the government's A$1.3 billion ($1.35 billion) ...
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