Australia’s only automotive glass-manufacturing facility reopens after MHG Plastic Industries (VIC) Pty. Ltd. buys the plant thanks to a A$4.5 million ($4.04 million) grant from the Australian government’s Automotive Industry Structural Adjustment Program. Industry Minister Kim Carr says the move to save the operation, previously owned by Pilkington plc in Geelong, Victoria, demonstrates the power of partnerships between industry and government. Some 68 jobs have been saved and critical ...

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