Ten Australian automotive suppliers will use government grants totaling A$6.5 million ($6.7 million) to expand their product and customer range. The money comes from a new 4-year, A$30 million ($31.2 million) Automotive New Markets Program administered jointly by the federal, Victorian and South Australian governments. The program is designed to help parts makers develop auto industry business opportunities domestically and overseas, and to branch into new domestic markets beyond the ...
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