CANBERRA – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd. aims to build 240,000 vehicles annually by 2006, up from the present 175,000. Holden has spent A$400 million ($309 million) upgrading its plant in Melbourne to operate on three shifts to meet local and export demand. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Denny Mooney says the paint facility will have to be revamped within five years and production lines need to be further automated to meet the 2006 target. The target was revealed ...

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