The South Australian government wants the federal administration to postpone its plan to cut automobile tariffs to 5% from the present 10% until 2015, five years later than scheduled. South Australian Treasurer Kevin Foley says postponing the reduction will give the country’s auto industry more time to absorb a fall in domestic demand and a tougher export market as the Australian dollar becomes stronger. “The current tariff schedule was put in place when the Australian dollar was trading ...
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