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<em>Crikey</em> readers talk government subsidies and what in the world we should do about Qantas.

Our auto subsidies were relatively low (and Keane is wrong)

Crikey readers talk government subsidies and what in the world we should do about Qantas.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk public broadcasters, the car industry, free TV and what we must remember about foxes.

We need fewer cars, not more subsidies

Crikey readers talk public broadcasters, the car industry, free TV and what we must remember about foxes.

The government did little to save the automotive manufacturing industry, knowing the media would have its back. Economist and former <em>Financial Review</em> reporter <b>Jason Murphy</b> reckons his former editor played his part.

Did Fairfax help kill the car industry? A victory of sorts for the AFR

The government did little to save the automotive manufacturing industry, knowing the media would have its back. Economist and former Financial Review reporter Jason Murphy reckons his former editor played his part.

<em>Crikey</em> readers have their say on second-hand cars, whether the market or the government should guide industry, and the sensationalist coverage of Amanda Knox.

Knox coverage beneath Crikey

Crikey readers have their say on second-hand cars, whether the market or the government should guide industry, and the sensationalist coverage of Amanda Knox.

The evidence is mounting that government grants for business don't work. <a href="http://www.indaily.com.au" target="_blank"><em>InDaily</em></a> journalist <b>Kevin Naughton</b> finds past subsidies to businesses have done more harm than good.

In Holden’s wake, let the market, not government, pick winners

The evidence is mounting that government grants for business don't work. InDaily journalist Kevin Naughton finds past subsidies to businesses have done more harm than good.

Holden continually got money out of the Australian government, but there was never a way to save its Australian operations. <a href="http://indaily.com.au/"><em>In Daily</em></a> journalist <b>Kevin Naughton</b> reveals the con job.

How Holden conned Australia — and we bought it every time

Holden continually got money out of the Australian government, but there was never a way to save its Australian operations. In Daily journalist Kevin Naughton reveals the con job.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk spying on Timor-Leste and the real cost of letting Holden shut up shop.

How can we have an economy if we keep losing jobs?

Crikey readers talk spying on Timor-Leste and the real cost of letting Holden shut up shop.

Tony Abbott declaring that sacked Holden workers can re-train and find themselves a job at Olympic Dam shows just how out of touch this government is.

Olympic Dam pipe dream no help for Holden workers

Tony Abbott declaring that sacked Holden workers can re-train and find themselves a job at Olympic Dam shows just how out of touch this government is.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk car manufacturing, what's really behind the Tropfest outrage and vet concerns at JCU.

Fuel costs driving car choices

Crikey readers talk car manufacturing, what's really behind the Tropfest outrage and vet concerns at JCU.

Holden boss Mike Devereaux mounted a defence of government assistance but kept workers guessing on their futures. <em>Crikey</em>'s <b>Tim Oliver</b> reports from the Productivity Commission hearing.

Holden boss keeps them guessing, defends productivity

Holden boss Mike Devereaux mounted a defence of government assistance but kept workers guessing on their futures. Crikey's Tim Oliver reports from the Productivity Commission hearing.

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