Australian Car Manufacturing Faces Extinction With Toyota ExitDavid Fickling
Automakers have been making cars in Australia since Ford Motor Co. began assembling Model Ts in a converted wool store near Melbourne. That’s poised to end in three years, when Toyota Motor Corp. shuts its production lines in Altona about 60 kilometers (37 miles) away.
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