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Holden's $13.4m to improve safety, fuel

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Car maker Holden will get $13.4 million in government funds to improve safety and fuel management in its Commodore range of vehicles.

The money will be provided by the federal, South Australian and Victorian governments, with the cash also aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from locally made vehicles.

Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane said the funding for research and development would benefit Holden plants at Elizabeth in SA and Port Melbourne in Victoria.

"The work will also have positive flow-through benefits for the supply chain through increased sales of components to Holden from Australian component makers," he said.

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