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Charities and local councils say they're bracing to assist Holden workers and their families, as the car manufacturer prepares to cut costs. The company announced yesterday it needs to make significant savings and will ask workers at its Adelaide operation to take a pay cut. The unions and the South Australian Premier say they are opposed to moves by the company to slash salaries. Source: abc.net.au

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