Australian Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane rebuffs a call from the local auto industry for more government aid and a review of the way existing money has been allocated. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries CEO Andrew McKellar says in a published report the country’s four domestic auto makers – Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd., GM Holden Ltd., Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. and Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. – want to renegotiate the rest of a A$7.3 billion ($6.2 billion) ...

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