DETROIT – The changes in the global auto industry and the impact on the traditional model are being played out in real time at GM Holden Ltd. Holden has gone from a nationally based brand in a protected market to facing a significantly broader challenge. The pond is far bigger today. “Now that the world has changed to a more open trading regime, those of us who play in the global industry need to work out how to take advantage of our historical assets, while getting global leverage and ...
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