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Making a case to save car industry MP3

Car components firms say diversification won't save them if the automotive industry goes under in Australia. Submissions to the productivity commission, which is reviewing the car manufacturing sector, close today. Suppliers, unions and other stakeholders have outlined their cases for keeping the sector afloat long-term. Source: abc.net.au

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