SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - The chairman of General Motors Corp predicted a swift return to growth for South Korea's depressed car market and said the country could emerge as the hub for GM's Asia-Pacific operations. Rick Wagoner, chairman and chief executive of GM, also told a reporters the world's top car maker was committed to bolstering its facilities and product line-up in South Korea. "We regard Korea as an important market for General Motors," said Wagoner at a press conference. ...
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