Australia’s struggling auto industry dodges another bullet, as GM Holden and Ford pay to reopen parts-maker Autodom and keep local production moving. The two U.S. subsidiaries, along with Toyota, get parts from Autodom. The supplier announced last week it was closing its factories after failing to win a price increase for its parts. Autodom said several months of negotiations failed to gain an agreement with key automotive customers that would make the supplier sustainable and ...
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