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GM is confident pn 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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