All those dollars that they paid to Fiat to get out of their partnership deal are starting to look pretty good now. :bang: To think they just handed over an incredible amount of money to the Italians to get away from them :spank: . And now, Chrysler is going to benefit from the monies spent on Fiat by GM :wacko: . Nevermind that the new Ford mini is based on the new Fiat 500. :rockon:
Fascinating. Will be interesting to see, what the american bosses decide, for the australian division of GM which is HOLDEN. The sth.australian assembly plant is located in a northern plains suburb. This place is known as ' Elizabeth'. The holden factory, has gone through severe restructuring. Plus they retrenched a lot of people.
There has not been much on the media ,about this ' HOLDEN ' factory in elizabeth. At the moment they are producing a small car. It appears this new model, is meant to help the firm get out of a tight spot. From what i comprehend it is a four cylinder. I would like to hazard a guess. In the event GM declares bankruptcy, can imagine this will drastically effect, the South australian ' Holden ' car assembly workers.
The bosses in japan, decided to close down the former ' MITSUBISHI ' factory in " Tonsley Park " Adelaide.