Hyundai waffling, VW withdrawal helped seal 2013 show’s fate.
Australians may be buying new vehicles at record rates, but because the Internet is reducing their need to check out the latest models firsthand, organizers have canceled this year’s Australian International Motor Show scheduled for Melbourne in June. Declining attendance at the show, held alternatively each year in Melbourne and Sydney, in turn has auto makers less interested in spending marketing money on the event. “We have made the decision to not proceed with this ...
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