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January 2008
Wheels;Jan2008, p20
The article reports that there is no certainty that Holden VE utes and Commodore Sportswagon will join General Motor's Pontiac portfolio in North America. This was revealed by Holden spokesperson John Lindsay in response to reports that the aforementioned automobiles will wear Pontiac badges. As the Aussie dollar continues at near-record highs and the U.S. economy falters, the business case appears increasingly tenuous. In addition, the production capacity of Holden's Elizabeth assembly plant is already running flat out.


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