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The Federal Opposition says little could have been achieved in the Government's talks with the automotive industry because they only went for an hour. The Industry Minister Greg Combet says the talks were frank, and there'll be future consultations. The Opposition's Sophie Mirabella says any future assistance should be shaped by a Productivity Commission review. Source: abc.net.au

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