The Australian government says the return of the second shift at the GM Holden Ltd. plant in South Australia shows the strength, resilience and ingenuity of the domestic auto industry. The auto maker says its second shift will return Nov. 15, with all Holden Vehicle Operations’ workers returning to full employment, as it readies for production of the VE Series II Commodore and new Holden Cruze. The 4-cyl. Cruze goes on sale next year and will replace an imported model. GM Holden says ...
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