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GM has confidence in the European rebound


Years of economic incertitude took the car industry to a two-decade low, but now the rebound has finally grasped the European region, even as political instability plagues Ukraine and Russia. During the announcement for the second-quarter profit earnings, GM also talked about its ailing European business, reiterating its previous goal to return to profitability in Europe "by mid-decade." The ACEA European ...
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GM’s second-quarter profit hit by recall costs and victim’s fund
The No.1 US automaker, currently in the midst of the biggest safety scandal of the year, has reported a dwindling second-quarter profit. The miss was triggered by recall-related costs and ...
General Motors misses on profit expectations
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General Motors – 6 new recalls announced
General Motors is continuing to announce new recalls with six separate campaigns which are covering nearly three quarters of a million cars found on U.S. roads. The first recall is affecting ...
General Motors continues its recall spree
Still grappling with its safety-related crisis, the No. 1 US automaker continues its long chain of recall actions, the latest concerning recent-model Chevrolet Camaros and Buick Regals. The automaker has exceeded ...
GM says 19 fatalities are tied to initial ignition switch defect
The US automaker provided the country’s federal safety regulator with information in relation to the fatal crashes that involve the company’s recalled cars for ignition switch defects. The tally now ...
US: Michigan lures GM and auto suppliers with incentives
The US state is home to the Detroit three, so naturally the lawmakers have a fondness for the automotive business. The Michigan Strategic Fund has recently approved further tax exemptions ...
GM sales still surging, despite huge recalls
General Motors seems to have made the right move when signing Mary Barra as the company chief executive; the first woman in the branch to gain this top position. The executive ...
GM’s European operations managed by the new Opel Group
General Motors, which is pulling the Chevrolet brand out of Europe as part of its strategy to streamline the region’s business and stop years of losses, just announced it has ...
NHTSA has not suffered from the GM safety mayhem
Since February, General Motors has been involved in one of the two major safety scandals in the automotive industry, with the automaker slapped for the mishandling of a deadly ignition ...



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