Australian Industry Minister Kim Carr traveled to the U.S. this week to do some fence-mending with two of General Motor’s top foreign-policy executives in Washington. The meeting between Carr and Robert Ferguson, vice president-global public policy, and Arturo Elias, vice president-international government relations and public policy, comes just days after GM Holden’s top executive warned of a possible end to manufacturing Down Under because fluctuating government policies were making ...
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