Holden to cut jobs in Adelaide

Holden to cut jobs in Adelaide

There are reports emerging that Holden will cut 180 jobs at its Adelaide factory, due to dwindling car sales.

According to the ABC the car maker will offer voluntary redundancies and reduce production to 400 vehicles per day.

It comes after the Federal and State Government invested a $275 million assistance package in the company, to be delivered from 2016.

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