The Australia government appears close to announcing its plans to ensure the survival of the vehicle manufacturing industry in the country. Industry Minister Kim Carr tells attendees at a Federation of Automotive Product Manufacturers (FAPM) dinner in Melbourne the government’s plan is all about attracting new investment. “It’s a plan to get Australia producing greener, safer, more economical cars – cars Australian consumers will want to buy,” he says in a government transcript. “It’s ...

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