Holden cuts cost $200
Monday, 27 May 2013
Author: Joshua Dowling and Ben Pike
The latest round of job cuts at Holden will strip almost $200 million from the state's economy and cost 2000 jobs, according to a new project.
University of Adelaide Associate Professor John Spoehr has issued an update to a report, that was originally released last year, which measured the impact Holden has on the SA economy to take into account the company's decision in April to lay-off a further 400 workers.
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