INTERVIEW-GM sees quality up, warranty costs declining


* GM sees double-digit decline in warranty costs * Quality gains seen key to GM regaining pricing power By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, May 20 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] expects to cut warranty claims by double-digit percentages in coming years by improving the quality of its cars and trucks, a senior executive said. "We don't have a choice. That's what I've committed to do and we fully expect to do it," Jamie Hresko, GM's vice president for global quality, said in an interview ...

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