A week ago, the Australian Labor government was worried whether the domestic auto industry would survive, after Ford announced plans to shutter its manufacturing operation in the country and GM Holden threatened to follow. Today, the industry is wondering if the Labor party, which has doled out billions of dollars in support of auto makers, will survive a leadership struggle in time for a scheduled Sept. 14 general election. The uncertainty follows a shakeup yesterday in the party ...
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