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‘Dud data’ blurs auto industry future
Aftermarket association calls for national auto manufacturer audit to aid revival
22 Apr 2016
- Australia has only the vaguest idea of what the future holds for its motor industry because of a lack of clear, reliable data on existing manufacturers in the sector, according to the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA).
- Speaking to GoAuto on the sidelines of the association's Australian Auto Aftermarket Conference in Melbourne this week, AAAA senior manager of government relations and advocacy Lesley Yates said Australia badly needed a national audit of the industry so government assistance programs could be better targeted on companies with a good chance of survival in the wake of the closures of Ford, Holden and Toyota.
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