CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. announces a name change as it opens new headquarters in Port Melbourne. The auto maker becomes GM Holden Ltd., a reference to parent General Motors Corp., which has been part of the Australian name for all but nine years of GM's ownership of Holden since 1931. Three-story building has two full-height atriums and connects to car deck. For more than 50 years from 1931, the company was known as General Motors-Holden's Pty. Ltd. In 1988, GM formed a joint venture ...
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