The Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers warns the Australian government more than 7,000 jobs could be lost if action is not immediately taken to boost domestic vehicle sales, the Melbourne Age newspaper reports. With fleet purchases comprising 80% of Australian-made car sales, the 176-member FAPM wants the government to speed up the turnover of its fleets, possibly donating used vehicles as part of its budget for overseas aid. It also wants the fringe benefits tax paid on ...
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