GM Southeast Asia president to leave at end of month

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DETROIT, July 12 (Reuters) - General Motors Co has announced that its president of GM Southeast Asia, GM Thailand and Chevrolet sales in Thailand will leave the automaker at the end of the month to pursue other interests. Martin Apfel, 53, had been with the U.S. automaker since 1989. His Asia roles will be filled by two executives until a permanent successor is named, GM said on Wednesday. Apfel is the second high-level overseas GM executive to leave in the last ...

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