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Think Holden, think notBY BENJAMIN ONG | THURSDAY, 12 DEC 2013 9:15AM
It's time to stop mollycoddling an inefficient and loss-generating enterprise and instead focus on industries where Australia has a comparative advantage.
Read more: Australia, Holden, Abbott government, Adam Smith, Adelaide, America Merrill Lynch Australia, AMWU, Asia, Australian Manufacturing Workers Union, Australians, Bank, Economics, Ford Australia, Free Trade Agreements, Geoscience Australia, Greens deputy leader Adam Bandt, Holden cars ... cars, JP Morgan, Kenny ... errr, Made, May, Melbourne, Mike Devereux, Nations, Russell Lansbury, Saul Eslake, Stephen Walters: Holden, Sydney Business School economists Stephen Clibborn, Toyota, University
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