GM Holden Ltd. is closing its Adelaide vehicle plant for 10 production days in April and one in March. The move comes as the Australian vehicle market is being bashed by the global economic recession. GM Holden sales slid 27% in February to 9,029 units, following a 14.5% decline in January to 8,762. Including the extra day in March, the auto maker will see a total of 26 non-production days in the year’s first quarter as it attempts to align output with demand, GM Holden Corporate ...
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