EXCLUSIVE: AUSTRALIA: GM closes assembly plant - temporarily
Holden, General Motors' Australian arm, has taken the unusual step of halting production at its sole vehicle assembly facility - to correct quality problems, writes Mike Duffy. The nine-hour stoppage at the Adelaide, South Australia plant, cost the car maker 304 Commodore and Statesman models, with a total value of over $A1 million ($US543,000).
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