A slowly improving U.S. economy and explosive growth in China lifted General Motors in 2003 to its best annual financial performance in several years — although it lost market share on its home turf for the first time since 2000. GM also continued pushing toward the future by addressing hybrid powertrain development while it unleashed a bevy of new cars and trucks around the world. See related data:General Motors Executive ListFinancial Report of General Motors Corp.& Consolidated ...

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