Automakers feel worsening effects of Japan crisis
The Associated Press The Associated Press DETROIT A week after the disaster in Japan erupted, its impact on automakers around the world is worsening. Most of Japan’s auto industry is shut down. Factories from Louisiana to Thailand are low on Japanese-made parts. Idled plants are costing companies hundreds of millions of dollars. And U.S. car dealers may not get the cars they order this spring …
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Olsen set to drive Supercars growth
FORMER premier John Olsen has been enlisted as a consultant by the V8 Supercars as the series seeks to expand both nationally and overseas.
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