US car giant General Motors has agreed to “negotiate in good faith” over the compensation offers to dealers for the shutdown of the Holden brand, after intervention by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

In a media statement issued today, the ACCC said it was “preparing for court action had Holden not changed its position”.

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