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New AADA saved by MTAQ
Dealer body now set to expand policy and advocacy roles
8 Sep 2016
By IAN PORTER
- The reconstructed Australian Automotive Dealer Association (AADA) almost fell over a year ago but was saved by injections of cash from Motor Trades Association Queensland (MTAQ).
- However, its subsequent success in signing up dealers has now put it in a position to expand its secretariat to add more fire power to its policy and advocacy roles, AADA chairman Terry Keating told the AADA’s national dealer convention in Melbourne.
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