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Why manufacturing (and Holden) failed in Australia – WhichCar

Today marks three years since Holden officially closed its Elizabeth plant, bringing Australia’s new car manufacturing industry to a grinding halt. This article was first published in Wheels’ November 2017 issue.
“We have worked for the last four and a half years to make Holden a company that will last for decades, said Peter Hanenberger, Holden Ltd chairman and managing director, back in July 2003.
We have the right people in place and we are financially very sound. So, it makes my departure …

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