Future of the Australian Auto Industry Explained

Future of the Australian Auto Industry Explained


some decisions are hard to make especially when we haven’t got the full story what might look like a good deal may end up coming back to haunt not only you but the future of Australia as a whole we wish we were joking but this number represents the amount of jobs the production of this car created for ordinary Australians like you and me whereas this directly creates 50,000 full-time jobs in Australia and indirectly supports the jobs and families of 200,000 australians holden was the first australian designed and mass-produced car and it’s proud to be Australian the Australian car manufacturing industry is doing it tough and by 2016 could lose its ability to independently manufacture motor vehicles altogether why should you care if we don’t start making informed decisions now this may directly affect your future as well as the people you know and care about our government invests only $18 per person every year in order to support Australia’s manufacturing industry that’s 12 times less than the US and 20 times lesser in Sweden and it pales in comparison to the subsidies the government gives to mining even though the mining industry generates a quarter as many jobs that’s a small price to pay without it an industry worth 21 billion dollars to the Australian economy will collapse think those things are out of your control well they’re not the time to act is now the Productivity Commission is handing down its interim report about the future of the car industry before Christmas we must let them know that Australians value local manufacturing and the high quality jobs it delivers sign the petition to support Australian manufacturing and tell the government you want Australia to have a diversified economy that keeps us prosperous into the future


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