Plans to impose highway speed limits in Australia’s Northern Territory next year will cost the local economy up to A$9 million ($6 million) annually in lost revenue, as global auto makers look to other locations to test drive their vehicles, The Australian newspaper reports. The Northern Territory, which is part of Australia's legendary Outback, currently has no speed limit outside of populated areas, but in January will introduce a 110 km/h (69 mph) limit on most roads and a 130 km/h (61 ...
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