Grants meant to help suppliers expand beyond Toyota, other OEMs.
Australian automotive suppliers are invited to apply for a new round of grants meant to boost their competitiveness in global supply chains and domestic markets from the A$30 million ($31.3 million) Automotive New Markets Program. The program's first round of grants provided 10 domestic suppliers with up to A$1 million ($1.04 million) each to help them develop new products, introduce new technologies and grow markets in Australia and overseas. Applications for the new round of ...
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