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Australian Manufacturing Exodus: BP, Boeing, Alcoa, Philip Morris Axe Jobs

Already reeling from recent announcements that GM, Toyota and Ford will all close down their direct auto manufacturing operations in Australia over the next few years, there’s more bad news for the nation’s manufacturing sector this week.
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Toyota Follows Ford, GM And Quits Australia: Oz Auto Sector Faces Meltdown

Japan’s Toyota, the last major carmaker left in the country, announced this weekend that it will cease local car production entirely in Australia in 2017, shedding 2,500 jobs. The move follows last year’s announcements by Ford to withdraw from the country…
Popular Discussions Australia’s auto sector looks like it’s on the road to nowhere after 2017. Japan’s Toyota, the last major carmaker left in the country, … http://gilucom.gilcommunity.com/discussion/toyota-follows-ford-gm-and-quits-australia-oz-auto-sector-faces-meltdown/

GM Boosts U.S. Manufacturing Investment; Shuts Down in Australia

GM has announced plans to invest $1.3 billion in five of its Midwest U.S. production plants, bringing its total U.S. factory investment to $10.1 billion since 2009. But the company will also close its Australian Holden unit, the country's largest carmaker…
Popular Discussions When General Motors’ new CEO Mary Barra takes over the leadership reins from Dan Akerson on January 15 next year, she will inherit a company with a ren… http://gilucom.gilcommunity.com/discussion/gm-boosts-us-manufacturing-investment-shuts-down-australia/

UK Manufacturing Surprise, But Asian And Russian Sectors Still Slow

While neighboring Euro-zone manufacturing may be slipping into contraction, British manufacturing activity grew for the first time in three months in September. The unexpected rise, with the UK Purchasing Manager’s Index (PMI) edging up from 49.4 in Augus…
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