CANBERRA – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd. sees a proposed U.S.-Australia free trade agreement strengthening the already significant automotive trade between the two countries. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Denny Mooney says the agreement would provide increased opportunities for both countries to import and export vehicles and components. The flow-on effects from stronger economic growth would benefit the entire automotive industry and drive competition in the ...
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