MELBOURNE — Holden Ltd. gears up for increased demand as it celebrates the production of its 3 millionth export engine. The General Motors Corp. subsidiary is beginning to see demand growth from South Korea, although this year's shipments are only expected to reach half the pre-Asian crisis volumes. The automaker hopes government talks with Thailand will see it gain access to the heavily protected automotive market there through a bilateral automotive trade deal. “We have a joint ...
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