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GM sees profitability in Europe even if economy fails to revive


In Europe General Motors  will become again profitable even if the economy in the old content fails to revive as forecast, GM’s president Dan Ammann said in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos. “We are generally on track” Mr. Ammann said. The Russian economy is facing a "meaningful disruption”. General Motors plans to end years of losses at its Opel ...
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As incoming CEO Mary Barra prepares to take the reins at General Motors, her biggest challenge will be to accelerate the turnaround of the automaker’s European business. Chronic loss-maker General Motors ...
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GM plans to breakeven in the European market by 2016. Last year Opel reported a loss in Europe of more than £1.1billion, compared with its profitable North American parent company. Stephen ...
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