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06.06.2013

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Govt meets with car makers to map out survival plan MP3

The Federal Government is sitting down with car makers today to map out a new plan to help the industry survive. It comes two weeks after the announcement from Ford that it will stop making cars in Australia from 2016. Toyota is reportedly seeking more federal assistance to keep manufacturing in Australia. Professor Roy Green, Dean of the Business School at the University of Technology, Sydney, joins The World Today ... Source: abc.net.au

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