GM Brazil chief quits amid tumble in market share


* Denise Johnson headed Brazil's GM unit for eight months * GM's South America head Ardila to be acting CEO * GM's market share tumbled during Johnson's stint SAO PAULO, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The head of General Motors Co's Brazilian unit, Denise Johnson, has stepped down after just eight months on the job, the company said. Johnson's resignation, announced on Tuesday, comes amid a decline in GM's market share in Brazil. Jaime Ardila, chief executive of GM's South American unit, will ...

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