MADRID, Oct 31 (Reuters) - U.S. vehicle giant General Motors Corp voiced confidence on Thursday in the Spanish car industry, which some economists say is threatened by competition from eastern Europe. GM Chief Executive Richard Wagoner and Armando Codina, a GM director, held talks in Madrid on Thursday with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar. Wagoner declined to answer reporters' questions before the meeting and no details were given of the content of the talks. But GM subsidiary ...
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