THE MINISTER FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE, MR. LYNCH, IS HAVING TALKS WITH CAR MANUFACTURER IN?
Hundai, largest car maker at Pusan, pan to cars in factory and the (Pony' model
Traffic along a crowded street
Photograph pan to 'Pony' car in showroom
Assembly line (various shots)
Carpark in factory
Showroom with the 'Pony'
Men working in the car factory
Car in the street
TRANSCRIPT: Commentator: Although late comers in the world market the country's three manufactures, two of them Korean owned are now having to expand to meet the demands for their vehicles...
'The world's established motor industry would o well to closely monitor the progress of the South Korean car industry In Mackintosh reporting form Pusan on the South East Coast of Korea.'
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Background: THE MINISTER FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE, MR. LYNCH, IS HAVING TALKS WITH CAR MANUFACTURER IN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN THIS WEEK ABUT PLANS FOR INVESTING IN AUSTRALIA.
A SPOKESMAN FOR MR. LYNCH IN CANBERRA SAID TODAY THE MINISTER IS IN AMERICA AT PRESENT FOR DISCUSSIONS WITH THE BIG THREE CAR MANUFACTURES -- GENERAL MOTORS, FORD AND CHRYSLER.
HE SAID MR. LYNCH WOULD ASK ABOUT THE COMPANIES' INVESTMENT PLANS FOR AUSTRALIA AND THE ASIAN PACIFIC REGION IN THE 1980s.
ALREADY BEING EXPORTED TO ASIAN COUNTRIES ARE CARS MANUFACTURED IN SOUTH KOREA.