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GM’s losses in Europe doubled in 2012


General Motors' lossed doubled in Europe last year, shrinking the automaker's third-consecutive annual profit. GM's net income was $4.86 billion last year, down from a record $7.59 billion in 2011. Operating income in 2012, before any one-time items, was $7.86 billion, down from $8.30 billion in 2011. In Europe, losses for the entire 2012 doubled to $1.8 billion from $747 million in ...
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