DETROIT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp's revenue in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East will grow by a few billion dollars each year through the rest of the decade, the automaker's president of those regions said on Tuesday. Speaking to reporters at a dinner, Maureen Kempston Darkes said GM had grown its revenue in those regions to about $15 billion in 2006 from about $5.4 billion in 2003. "I think we will see a similar growth in revenue through the rest of the decade, ...
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