Australia's carmaker Holden to cease operation in 2017
                 English.news.cn | 2013-12-11 16:31:14 | Editor: Hou Qiang

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Photo taken on Dec. 11, 2013 shows a car sales store of General Motors Holden in Sydney, Australia. Australia's carmaker Holden with a history of 157 years announced on Wednesday it will cease operation in 2017, resulting in job loss for 3,000 employees. (Xinhua/Jin Linpeng)

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Australia's famous carmaker Holden to shut down in 2017

MELBOURNE, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- Australia's carmaker Holden with a history of 157 years announced on Wednesday it will cease operation in 2017, resulting in job loss for 3,000 employees.

Acting Prime Minister Warren Truss and Victoria State Premier Denis Napthine have both said "it's a sad and difficult day for Australia."  Full story

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