A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images
A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images

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General Motors to wind down operations in Australia, New Zealand and sell Thai factory to China’s Great Wall Motors

  • General Motors will wind down its sales, design and engineering operations in Australia and New Zealand brand by 2021
  • The carmaker will sell its manufacturing plants in Thailand and India to China’s Great Wall Motors

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A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images
A view of the Holden manufacturing plant at Elizabeth in South Australia’s state capital of Adelaide on July 30, 2013. General Motors, which owns Holden, said it would wind down its operations in Australia and retire the brand by 2021. Photo: Getty Images
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