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General Motors stopped making cars in Australia more than a year ago but may not be done with the restructuring of its operations Down Under.

 

Since then, GM has focused on applying painful restructuring measures in the United States. However, a recent report from AFR suggests the U.S. automaker isn’t done fixing its Australian operations.

As GM is now reduced to being a car importer in Australia, reports have emerged that the carmaker is considering an externalization of its importing activities to the country’s biggest car importer and distributor, UK-based Inchcape Motors.



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