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More help for parts makers
Labor to assist them with new and offshore markets
20 Jun 2016
By IAN PORTER
- The Labor party has announced more assistance for the beleaguered automotive sector with the promised recreation of a National Automotive Supplier Advocate if it wins the upcoming federal election.
- Labor’s plan to create the new position has come just weeks after it announced a policy to provide $58.6 million to help automotive suppliers develop new products and markets as the industry scales back following the closure of the Ford, GM Holden and Toyota manufacturing plants over the next 16 months.
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