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Dealers concerned with lack of information in Holden axing

The fall out from General Motors decision to axe the Holden brand is continuing – with concern now turning to local car dealers.

Around 600 jobs are set to go by the end of the year – although around 200 Holden employees will continue to honour servicing and warranty agreements for the next several years.

CEO of the Australian Automotive Dealers Association James Voortman told Gareth Parker on Mornings a major concern has been the lack of information for dealers – many of who learned of the news through the media.

He says some dealers have recently gone through upgrades – spending significant amounts of money.

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