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An employee walks towards to the site entrance of Ford's head office in Melbourne on May 23, 2013, as Ford announced it would cease making vehicles at its unprofitable Australian plants in 2016 and axe 1,200 jobs, ending an era that began in 1925 with the firm's first local car. Ford Australia chief executive Bob Graziano made the announcement as he revealed losses of 141 million AUSD (136 million USD) after tax in the last financial year and 600 million AUSD over the last five years. AFP PHOTO / Mal Fairclough (Photo credit should read MAL FAIRCLOUGH/AFP/Getty Images)
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An employee walks towards to the site entrance of Ford's head office in Melbourne on May 23, 2013, as Ford announced it would cease making vehicles at its unprofitable Australian plants in 2016 and axe 1,200 jobs, ending an era that began in 1925 with the firm's first local car. Ford Australia chief executive Bob Graziano made the announcement as he revealed losses of 141 million AUSD (136 million USD) after tax in the last financial year and 600 million AUSD over the last five years. AFP PHOTO / Mal Fairclough (Photo credit should read MAL FAIRCLOUGH/AFP/Getty Images)
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May 23, 2013
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An employee walks towards to the site entrance of Ford's head office... News Photo 169303946Announcement,Australia,Australian Culture,Axe,Car,Community,Entrance,Factory,Finance,Ford,Horizontal,Making,Melbourne - Australia,Mode of Transport,Occupation,Site,Stability,The End,The Past,Victoria - Australia,Walking,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPAn employee walks towards to the site entrance of Ford's head office in Melbourne on May 23, 2013, as Ford announced it would cease making vehicles at its unprofitable Australian plants in 2016 and axe 1,200 jobs, ending an era that began in 1925 with the firm's first local car. Ford Australia chief executive Bob Graziano made the announcement as he revealed losses of 141 million AUSD (136 million USD) after tax in the last financial year and 600 million AUSD over the last five years. AFP PHOTO / Mal Fairclough (Photo credit should read MAL FAIRCLOUGH/AFP/Getty Images)