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Holden car brand, maker of Commodore and Barina, axed across Australia and New Zealand – ABC News

Updated February 17, 2020 16:53:24 About 600 Holden employees will lose their jobs after parent company General Motors announced it would axe the iconic Australian car brand by the end of the year. Key points: The company pledged to provide at least 10 more years of customer service for Holden…

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Holden brand to be axed after General Motors announces it will exit Australian market – The Guardian

The Holden brand will be axed by the end of 2020 after the US car giant General Motors announced it would no longer design cars for the Australian market. Three years after it ceased production in Australia, GM said on Monday that it would exit the “highly fragmented right-hand-drive market”…

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Holden brand and local design operations to be wound down in Australia and NZ – 7NEWS.com.au

The Holden brand will be retired from sales in Australia and New Zealand and local design and engineering operations will wind down by 2021, General Motors has revealed. The company’s Commodore and Astra models were retired late last year amid waning sales. In the video above: Last Holden rolls off…

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French negotiators misled Australia on submarines contract – The Australian

Australia may not have new submarines to replace the existing Collins class vessels until 2030. Picture: Supplied French sub contract negotiators had their Australian counterparts for breakfast. Step by step, this is how they did it. The French have developed their negotiating skills for centuries. They used every skill they…

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Holden to be axed in Australia by 2021 – myGC.com.au

The iconic Holden brand is set to disappear completely after more than 70 years. Parent company General Motors made the announcement on Monday as it switches its focus to other international operations and its special vehicle business. GM says it would wind down sales, design and engineering operations in Australia…

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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank to raise $300m after profit drop – Business News Australia

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank (ASX: BEN) has followed up a lukewarm half-year result with plans to raise $300 million at a 9 per cent discount.  BEN reports a 28.2 per cent year-on-year decline in statutory net profit of $145.8 million, while dividends have been cut by four cents to 31…

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St.George offering $100000 to support Australia’s brightest business ideas – Mirage News

St.George is calling for nominations from entrepreneurs and small-medium enterprises (SMEs) across NSW, QLD and ACT to enter its Kick Start program to win a share of a $100,000 grant to help start their business or bring an idea for their existing business to life. The St.George Kick Start program…

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Coronavirus has a second wave of economic chaos, disrupting business supply chains and revenue – ABC News

Updated February 17, 2020 09:14:23 Photo: As many factories in China remain closed, coronavirus is disrupting supply chains and hurting business revenue. (AP: Kin Cheung) Australia is one of the countries worst impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, with China’s lockdown and travel bans expected to cost the economy billions. Key…

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Australian government granted BHP repeated approval to increase carbon emissions – The Guardian

Mining giant BHP has repeatedly applied and been granted approval to increase its emissions under an Australian government policy that promised to limit carbon pollution from big industry. Government data shows BHP exceeded its initial emissions limits, set under the scheme known as the “safeguard mechanism”, at eight of its…

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Coronavirus has a second wave of economic terror, disrupting business supply chains and revenue – ABC News

Updated February 17, 2020 08:42:29 Photo: As many factories in China remain closed, coronavirus is disrupting supply chains and hurting business revenue. (AP: Kin Cheung) Australia is one of the countries worst impacted by the coronavirus outbreak, with China’s lockdown and travel bans expected to cost the economy billions. Key…