The Australian Labor government is in damage control mode, summoning auto industry leaders to a meeting, where it promises there will be no more cuts in funding programs, assuring the overall New Car Plan for a Greener Future program will be retained. The news comes on the heels of protest by the country’s top auto makers to the government’s recent elimination of the A$500 million ($506 million) Green Car Innovation Fund, in order to help pay recovery costs after massive floods across ...

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